Bryan has not made the transition from co-worker to manager very well. He has a difficult time separating his personal relationships with professional ones.
Kyle is an adequate supervisor, but does not excel in this area. He does not always relate well with his employees and this shows in the group’s work effort.
Bill does not cope very well with managing employees. His employees consistently complain of unreasonable expectations and we tend to agree. Bill needs to improve his acceptance of a reasonable work-personal life balance.
Jennifer supervises her staff quite well. We are frequently impressed with the raw numbers coming from her group, but we are excited about the qualitative aspects of her management skills. These attributes will carry her far.
Kevin is the consummate professional and manages his staff with apparent ease. His direct reports frequently mention how much they enjoy working for Kevin.
Tom is a decent task manager, but falls short when it comes to setting a vision.