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How does your team co-ordinate, and is it effective?

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So much of our clients’ focus on performance is around teams and coaching them to be more self-aware and understand their dynamics. So, an article in HBR by Roger Schwarz, called Is Your Team Co-ordinating Too Much, or Not Enough caught my eye. By Jo Ayoubi The research by Roger

Best practices for 360 degree feedback

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How can you use 360 degree feedback best practices to inform and motivate the people in your business? Here’s some guidelines that will get you on track to develop your workforce, empower your employees and bring about a step change in the culture of your organisation.  The work environment has

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

Three Big Mistakes to Avoid with 360 Degree Feedback

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  I am still intrigued that after many years in use in organisations all over the world, there are still  instances where 360 Degree Feedback is used in completely the wrong way, and the for the wrong reasons. The latest gem is this one (from New Zealand*): it seems that

Getting a high response rate to your 360 Degree Feedback, and why it matters

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So you’ve finally pulled together your 360 degree feedback framework: you’ve built your customised questionnaire, ratings scales and reporting templates, and you’ve had the go-ahead from the budget holder to get started! All you need to do now is pick a start date, a finish date, press the big red

How to help key decisions makers buy in to 360 Degree Feedback, Performance Appraisal and Skills Assessment

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In a recent article*, McKinsey described a case study where a law firm in the US was able to make radical changes to its processes and client relationships through using the principles of lean management. It led me to think about how we could apply some of the same principles