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EP009 – Leadership Intelligence Podcast – Recognizing Leadership Derailers

The “Recognizing Leadership Derailers” episode covers leadership derailer, 13 common leadership derailers, and the toxic combinations that we have seen when you mix them together. Download 360-Degree Feedback Survey Sample What is a derailer? • Derailers are behavior CHALLENGES that undermine our results. • A derailer is a behavior that gets in the way of […] Read more

Charles Rogel

Posted on April 4, 2016 by

What is a Leadership Derailer?

A leadership derailer is a behavior that gets in the way of our progress. A derailer is not just a weakness. Read more

Charles Rogel

Posted on April 4, 2016 by

EP004 – Leadership Intelligence Podcast – Matt Wride – 11 Ways 360-degree Feedbacks Fall Short

Matthew Wride discusses 11 things to watch out for when looking to do 360-degree feedback surveys. He talks about how no process is perfect, and the 360-degree process can have some serious shortcomings when not handled effectively.   Download your 360-degree feedback survey right here.   Multi-rater feedback (or 360-degree feedback) can be a powerful […] Read more

Matthew Wride

Posted on March 1, 2016 by

EP003 – Leadership Intelligence Podcast – How To Give Feedback

Listen as Organizational Change Consultant, Darrell Harmon talks about how to give feedback face to face. You will hear tips and structures on giving constructive feedback. Learn feedback tips and advice on peer-to-peer, subordinate-to-manager, manager-to-employee and personal situations.   Download your 360-degree feedback survey right here.   Listen to more podcast episodes   Read more

Darrell Harmon

Posted on February 24, 2016 by

11 Ways 360-degree Feedback Can Fall Short

At DecisionWise, we are strong advocates of a well-designed 360-degree feedback program.  So, you might find it strange for me to be writing on the hazards associated with 360-degree feedback. No process is perfect, and the 360-degree process can have some serious shortcomings when not handled effectively. Multi-rater feedback (or 360-degree feedback) can be a […] Read more

Matthew Wride

Posted on February 22, 2016 by

Why 360 Feedback?

Why 360 Feedback? Without feedback, we tend to invent our own reality. Using 360-degree feedback is a vital part of performance, growth, and development. Understanding ourselves and how we interact with others helps us understand the impact we have on those around us. The perceptions of others within our circle of influence, whether those perceptions are accurate […] Read more

Charles Rogel

Posted on February 11, 2016 by

4 Keys to Make the Most of Your 360-degree Feedback

Receiving your results from a 360-degree feedback survey can be a bit nerve-wracking. It can feel like being on the business end of a firing squad: You sit there with a blindfold on wondering what people will shoot at you. Will they aim for your head or your heart? How will you know who says […] Read more

Darrell Harmon

Posted on July 9, 2015 by

Seven 360-degree Feedback Benchmarks, Norms, and Comparisons

Quite often, when leaders receive their 360-degree feedback report they immediately want to see how they scored compared to others. This is natural because we all want to know if our results are better or worse than the average. The question is, which average, if any, is the best one to compare to? Read more

Charles Rogel

Posted on December 9, 2014 by

The True Danger of Results-at-any-cost Management

In assessing the effectiveness of a manager, it’s generally assumed that those who score well on traditional annual evaluations will also score well on the 360-degree feedback assessment. Read more

Tracy Maylett

Posted on July 25, 2014 by

Using 360 Performance Evaluations to Minimize Anchoring and Other Biases

Let me tell you how jellybeans can improve your performance evaluations. Have you ever entered a jellybean counting contest?  You know the kind I’m talking about – a big jar, full of jellybeans, sits on a table and it’s your job to estimate how many are contained therein.  Guess close enough and win a prize.  […] Read more

David Mason

Posted on July 17, 2014 by

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