Who’s responsible for what? The role of managers and employees in personal development

Winning over millennials with career progress...A manager's guide to employee reviews

For effective personal development, it’s important that both the manager and the employee take ownership of their respective responsibilities. Buy-in is required from both parties in order for an employee to develop and progress in the way they aim to and at the rate they prefer.

Both the employee and the manager need to have a strong understanding of what is their responsibility and what is down to the other person in order for the relationship to thrive. So what lies with who? We summarise the accountabilities in our infographic:

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Louise Basu, HR Director

Louise Basu, HR Director

Louise joined Thomas in 2013 following a HR career within consumer finance and the pharmaceutical industry. Louise is passionate about ensuring the HR function is both approachable and integrated across the business, driving the Thomas values through workplace engagement. Louise is CIPD qualified with a French and Spanish degree.