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How Staying At Home Can Support Your 360 Projects 📝🏠

Staff will likely be sitting in front of their keyboards and monitors for longer periods than usual, meaning higher than usual completion rates; Even if they weren't before, they are now likely to be very familiar with how online meetings work. Not only will the offer below be delivered that way, but we'll show you how to use virtual awareness briefings and feedback coaching sessions; There may be fewer distractions than in the normal workspace (apologies to anyone involved in home schooling) which could lead to a higher quantity and quality of feedback; Lastly, and perhaps most...

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How to Deploy, Measure & Action Your 360 questionnaire

360 questionnaires are designed to provide individuals with anonymous feedback from other stakeholders within an organisation. 

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How 360 Degree Appraisals Are Used For Leadership Development

In order to be an effective leader, you not only need to hold your own perception of your strengths and weaknesses but also be aware of the impact of your behaviour on those that you lead. 360 degree appraisals help lend perspective to an employee’s strengths and weaknesses from the individual, team and organisation’s perspectives.   

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Pros and Cons of 360 Degree Feedback Software

360 degree feedback is a process used by organisations  in which leaders and managers evaluate themselves against a set of behavioural statements. At the same time , they will invite a selected number of colleagues to do the same. Some of these colleagues will be internal to the organisation, for example their line manager, their direct reports and peers and some will be external, such as customers and clients, people in partner organisations and suppliers. Development, planning and coaching sessions are also included in 360 degree feedback tool processes.  

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How to Identify and Fill Behavioural Skill Gaps within the Workplace

Skill gaps are ultimately one of, if not the biggest factor in whether or not an organisation is able to thrive and meet its goals as a team of collective individuals. A skill gap is essentially the imbalance or disparity between the skills that an employer needs to reach their objective and the ones which are currently on offer within the workforce. But are skill gaps enough to ensure success for the organisation, both culturally as well as commercially? 

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