Blog - 2016

Using 360 feedback in SMEs: 10 things you must do

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Large corporates have long had the resources and expertise to measure and manage employee performance – and even then, those processes have not always delivered results. Just look at all the big companies who are currently, and very publicly, re-evaluating the way they monitor and measure employee performance (Deloittes and

Goldman Sachs’ , feedback and effective performance

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It was interesting to see that Goldman Sachs has changed its more complex performance review process to what is basically an ongoing 360 degree feedback. They found their employees were asking for more real-time feedback to support their performance and ongoing development:  feedback that is timely, constructive and actionable. The

True expertise and feedback

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“True intuitive expertise is learned from prolonged experience with good feedback on mistakes”. Daniel Kahneman    

Big data seems too big: can we benefit from the data we already have?

If you’re a professional working in  HR, Training or Talent development, it’s worth considering how data that’s automatically gathered during a process like 360 Degree Feedback can be used and combined with other data offer to obtain new insights and opportunities. A simple individual 360 feedback report can contain useful

360 Degree Feedback Design: Why You Should Always Include an ‘Unable To Rate’ option

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  Over the past 15 years of designing and implementing 360 Degree Feedback, we’ve seen a lot of different approaches to this basically simple process.  One of the key items to include is a rating point for raters to choose if they are unable to rate their colleague, e.g. ‘Unable to