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  • So you went through a 360 review. Now what?

    So you went through a 360 review. Now what?

    If you’ve ever had a 360-degree review at work, you may have experienced feelings of anxiety and discomfort as you awaited the feedback from your peers, subordinates, and superiors. What if you have glaring blind spots? What if your employees resent you? What if the strengths you see in yourself aren’t being translated into your […]

  • Not Wowed by Your Interns? The Blame May Be with You

    Not Wowed by Your Interns? The Blame May Be with You

    Fetching coffee and making copies: are these the tasks that come to mind when you think of internships? If so, you’re not alone. For years, organizations have viewed interns as a source of cheap (or free) labor, perfect for offloading office drudgeries. Because the interns were walking away with “experience” to boast about in future […]

  • 5 Questions That Will Set Your Leadership 360 Up for Success

    5 Questions That Will Set Your Leadership 360 Up for Success

    When done well, 360 surveys can be a powerful catalyst for building self-awareness and developing one’s leadership skills. Here are five important questions to consider as you design your 360 program. Which leaders should participate in the 360 process? Leaders who want to participate and are committed to developing self-awareness. Leaders who aren’t willing to […]

  • Help Leaders Get the Most Out of Their 360° Survey

    Help Leaders Get the Most Out of Their 360° Survey

    Going through a 360° survey process can be enormously valuable for building self-awareness and improving leadership skills. At the same time, the process can also be humbling (to say the least), surprising and downright hard. If you are encouraging leaders to go through a 360° feedback process, how can you make sure they get the […]

  • Batter Up! Navigating unexpected change

    Batter Up! Navigating unexpected change

    Like so many people, there is a lot of change in my life right now, especially at work. I would typically say that I’m someone who likes change. I like experiences of living in new places, traveling, and meeting new people because it helps me grow and gain new perspectives. Much of the change I […]

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