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Anonymous peer feedback to help you grow professionally.

Anonymous peer feedback to help you grow professionally. | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
A free online platform that makes professional feedback easy through short simple evaluations, so individuals can grow to their full potential faster and more efficiently.
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Ariana Amorim's curator insight, September 18, 4:32 PM
A great way for getting feedback from whoever you want! Onistly is not like a company 360 review. It is light, easy and just for you so you can control your data and get ahead of your career no matter where you work now or later. Also it's free.
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How To Coach A Struggling Employee

How To Coach A Struggling Employee | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
A new manager needs advice with an employee who's having some problems on the job. Liz Ryan shares advice.
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"If you train yourself to manage through punishments and rewards you're going to have a tough road. That style is dead and it was never effective or worthy of us."
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Why Using An Anonymous Employee Survey Is Important

Why Using An Anonymous Employee Survey Is Important | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Should Employee Surveys be Anonymous? Here's the importance of having an anonymous employee survey and how they can benefit your organization.
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Who Says You’re a Good Coach? - Tim Elmore

Who Says You’re a Good Coach? - Tim Elmore | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
After 37 years of my career—I’ve drawn two conclusions about coaching: My ego can blind me from accurate self-evaluation. The best test to evaluate my coaching is to ask the recipients of it. Most of the athletic coaches I meet each year are good people. But pause and consider these three statements: You coach at …
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360-degree Assessment and Coaching ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

360-degree Assessment and Coaching ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Because 360-degree feedback coaching is typically time-bound, time management is important for a successful session. Shorter feedback coaching sessions require greater attention to session pacing than longer or multiple sessions. In a one-hour session, it is not uncommon for the coach and client to revisit, reconfirm and/or revise the coaching agreement based on the time to keep the session on track.

Coaches are keenly aware that capitalizing on ICF’s Core Competencies increases client learning and positive coaching outcomes. By connecting these same competencies to 360-degree feedback discussions, we increase the power of coaching for even greater client gains.
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My employees reviewed me, and I kind of suck. — on management — Medium

My employees reviewed me, and I kind of suck. — on management — Medium | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
I am the CEO at Happy Cog, a digital design studio.

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, November 14, 2013 10:43 AM

I love this post from the CEO at Happy Cog.  His honesty and transparency is something we need so much from the big boss.  

 

Most importantly, his courage in not only being reviewed but to talk about it and why it is importantly!

 

Here is a very good section about his advice to others:

 

Reality: I waited too long.If I can offer any advice to people in my position, it’s please don’t wait to get a candid assessment of what your coworkers think of how you’re steering the ship. Chances are, you’re not as smooth as you think.
Also, only by subjecting yourself to the same processes and protocols you impose on your colleagues will you truly understand how they impact them. You’re not immune.

 

 

AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, November 14, 2013 11:19 AM

Here is a very good section about his advice to others:

 

Reality: I waited too long.

 

If I can offer any advice to people in my position, it’s please don’t wait to get a candid assessment of what your coworkers think of how you’re steering the ship.

 

Chances are, you’re not as smooth as you think. 


Also, only by subjecting yourself to the same processes and protocols you impose on your colleagues will you truly understand how they impact them. You’re not immune.

 

For the full article, go to:  https://medium.com/on-management/124f242a0352

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, November 14, 2013 12:46 PM

It works when employees feel they can be honest. We did the same thing several years ago and basically were told not to say anything negative or we would be out of the profession. Sometimes silence says enough. I left my survey blank.

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Feedback Matrix - Communication Skills from MindTools.com

Feedback Matrix - Communication Skills from MindTools.com | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Find out how this simple matrix can help you fully understand feedback.
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The "Sandwich Approach" Undermines Your Feedback

The "Sandwich Approach" Undermines Your Feedback | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

Have you ever used the "sandwich approach" to give negative feedback to your direct reports? You sandwich the negative feedback between two pieces of positive feedback. It's a common method, but the sandwich approach may be undermining both your feedback and your relationships with your direct reports.

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When does 360 feedback create the greatest organisational change? | TrainingZone.co.uk

When does 360 feedback create the greatest organisational change? | TrainingZone.co.uk | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

From a training professional's point of view, I thought I would share with you a summary of some meta-research over the 10 years between 2001 and 2011, describing the circumstances under which 360 feedback is most likely to bring about behaviour change across a whole organisation, not just for the individuals in it.


The research shows that the key factors that need to be present are: Acceptance, Accountability and Census participation (that is, participation of all leaders and managers). Here’s a summary:

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Getting 360 Degree Reviews Right

Getting 360 Degree Reviews Right | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Before you claim they never work, check how well you're executing them.
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Changing Challenges: My favourite coaching tools: "What do I do that...?"

"It is very very extremely extremely uncomfortable uncomfortable to ask for feedback the first time. But every time it is asked for, it get's a whole lot less comfortable. I teach my coachees to ask for feedback in this way, as well with their own customised 360 appraisals where the local HR system is insufficient in my opinion. But this caveat applies to really helping coachees take this first step, to requesting, and preparing them for receiving the feedback, and later on for processing what the feedback means and then deciding what to do."

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Paving the way for real-time feedback with 360-Assessment 

Paving the way for real-time feedback with 360-Assessment  | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Real-time feedback appears destined to replace performance reviews in many organizations. Deloitte’s 2017 Global Human Capital Trends survey reports real-time feedback will increasingly replace more traditional employee appraisals and affirms its emergence as a significant performance management tool. Multi-source, 360-Assessments provide an opportunity to pave the way for a continuous feedback culture.
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4 Problems With One-On-Ones (And How To Fix Them)

4 Problems With One-On-Ones (And How To Fix Them) | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
One-on-one meetings are amazing to engage employees, but they're not perfect. Here are 4 problems with one-on-ones and what you can do to fix them.
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Three Tips for Soliciting Useful Feedback ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

Three Tips for Soliciting Useful Feedback ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
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How to Encourage Critical Conversations

How to Encourage Critical Conversations | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
As human beings, we are naturally and regularly thrown into situations where critical conversations are needed. Yet, despite this lifelong relationship with critical conversations, very few of us would ever say we’re comfortable having them. By their very nature, they are complex, uncomfortable and prone to descending into arguments or outbursts of emotion that then have to be dealt with.
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Feedback Without The Fireworks: How Not To Be A Negative Creep

Feedback Without The Fireworks: How Not To Be A Negative Creep | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Negative feedback is an important reality of the workplace. But it can often backfire. Here's how to do it the right way.
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How to Handle Negative Feedback at Work - Thin Difference

How to Handle Negative Feedback at Work - Thin Difference | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
Getting feedback is a part of work. Some may be negative feedback. We need to be prepared to handle it, and here five ways to handle negative feedback.
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Lumus360's curator insight, June 13, 2014 9:02 AM

Post by Kyle O’Brien - on #NegativeFeedback - "Think of all criticism as little words of encouragement instead of a calculated slight against your entire work ".  If you have "never" received negative feedback, Kyle will show you a unicorn! (Read the post to get the joke)

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Giving Constructive Feedback: Eight Leadership Essentials

Giving Constructive Feedback: Eight Leadership Essentials | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

At last week’s Leadership Chat we focused on the art of praise in leadership development. We talked about how praise has the ability to transform our perspective on our company, our role, our team and even the mission we take on as leaders.
This week, Steve Woodruff and I would like to switch gears and evaluate the opposite side of the equation – the art of giving constructive feedback.
As with praise, giving constructive feedback effectively requires that no critical ingredient be left out...

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Find Your Blind Spot: A Self-Reflection Activity for Managers

Find Your Blind Spot: A Self-Reflection Activity for Managers | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

Looking the others both through your good and bad traits/screens can help you a lot to have an effective, well working together, diverse enough team... while only focusing on those traits you have/like will blind you in important aspects of your combined performance...


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360 degree feedback: How to do it successfully

360 degree feedback: How to do it successfully | All About Coaching | Scoop.it
360 feedback debfrief: To kick off 'how to...' month, John Rice gives us a rundown.
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The Heart of Innovation: The Power of Positive Feedback

The Heart of Innovation: The Power of Positive Feedback | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

In today's workplace, there is a great fear that only the most extraordinary achievements warrant recognition and that all "just good" performance is merely what should be expected and does not require any special recognition.

The data, of course, indicates otherwise.

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