Imagine that your boss has just walked in your office and said, "We just lost another key employee in Samantha's department. I think it's time we implement a 360 Feedback System and she will be the first manager to go through the new system." You have two options: immediately start panicking, OR think about the need, start asking questions and get back to your boss with a plan.
Putting together a feedback system for management is not rocket science, but there often assumptions people make when choosing what to do. Not making the right choices for your organizations can result in mis-guided feedback and usually waste a lot of time and money.
There are options and a number of factors you must deal with to be successful. Dr. Chaudron will discuss these factors and his experience implementing them.
Who Should Participate
Senior level managers and Vice Presidents, employees of HR
What You Will Learn
You will learn the following items listed:
options are best for you
Learn why you should never use on an agree-disagree scale
Customize the 360 degree feedback process to your needs
opportunities in the market
Additional articles are at
http://www.organizedchange.com To hyperlink:
also in Dr. Chaudron's book, "Master of All You Survey", available at Amazon in paper and kindle formats
Organized Change has a successful 30-year track record with helping executives with local, national and international organizations anticipate the future, manage change and execute plans that increase their revenues, profits and potential.
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