Running a 360 degree exercise can be tricky. Run well, the benefits are enormous by identifying essential development opportunities for those involved. Run badly, they can be highly demotivating and overly bureaucratic. Here are our top tips for making your 360 degree feedback exercises successful for individuals and organisations alike.
‘Whether you can or whether you can't, you're right’. That’s a great quote as it focuses on the difference that having a positive attitude can make. But everything cannot be down to choosing the right attitude. You also need to have the opportunity to gain the relevant skills and knowledge to succeed. But confidence is necessary too. So how do we build our confidence at work?
Beyond installing firewalls and protection software what else can business owners and managers do to protect themselves from hackers and those ever-so-sophisticated phishing emails? Our recommendation is to focus on increasing your levels of employee engagement.
Have you ever been in a meeting when you felt you weren’t getting where? Perhaps you were leading the meeting and people were failing to contribute. Or perhaps you have been able persuade others or maybe just unable to get people to listen to your point of view. This blog offers you some tools and techniques to enable you to influence others.