This week, we rolled out limited access accounts to help you control which users have access to which information within Leadr.
A Limited Access account is different from a regular Member account in the following ways:
Meetings - can participate in them, just not create or edit them
Goals - can be assigned them, can’t create them
Feedback - can complete, can’t prompt for it
Learning - can do it, but can’t assign it
Tasks - can be assigned them, can’t create them
Reviews - can not see or participate in reviews
Exec Insights - LA accounts don’t have EI scores in the People tab, and they aren’t rolled up into the “direct reports” reporting for their manager
Can’t manage anyone (they can have a manager, but they can’t have direct reports)
Two Common Use-Case Examples
Consider the two most common uses of the Limited Access account: Volunteers and Board Members.
Someone manages them and we want them to have 1:1s. They collaborate with teams and we want them to participate in team meetings, but we don’t really want them to be able to be asking the CEO for feedback or assigning learning willy-nilly throughout the organization. They are unlikely to have ownership for goals, and while it might be useful for them to be able to see who is in the org, they aren’t going to be assessed in performance reviews.
It might be useful to bring them into select team meetings, but they aren’t part of the organization the same way that employees and even volunteers are. We don’t really want them to be able to be asking the CEO for feedback or assigning learning willy-nilly throughout the organization. They won’t have ownership for goals, and while it might be useful for them to be able to see who is in the org, they aren’t going to be assessed in performance reviews.
If Limited Access accounts are not available on your account yet or if you want to join the Early Access club please, reach out to customer success and ask for it to be enabled on your account at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Personal Bio Update
You can now flourish your personal bio. More space and formatting options so you can really explain who you are how people can get the best out of you.
Personality Type Section Update
Here are the updates we made to the personality types section this week:
• We expanded the list of supported personality types.
• We now show colloquial names for the types, not just the number.
• It is now more obvious how to specify your Enneagram wing types.
The personality types won’t show as links for you unless you are in Product. We are still working on the content for that.