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WMC Case Study

March 7th, 2017

WMC Case Study

The organisation decided it would be useful to obtain an accurate picture of the strengths and development areas for all of its Directors and Senior Managers. Insight was asked to use its expertise in the design and application of bespoke 360 degree assessment questionnaires as a basis for this process.

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How to Give Employees Effective Feedback

April 30th, 2015

How to Give Employees Effective Feedback

Giving feedback provides colleagues and employees with an insight into how their performance is progressing, along with advice to help solve any problems.

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Why You Should Offer 360 Feedback to Your Employees

April 29th, 2015

Why You Should Offer 360 Feedback to Your Employees

360 degree feedback is a system in which staff receive feedback from the people who work around them. Usually this includes the employee's manager, peers and direct reports.

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How to Give an Effective Appraisal

April 17th, 2015

How to Give an Effective Appraisal

An effective appraisal will increase an employee's performance and efficiency, while also increasing motivation, ensuring that staff are updated with the latest developments in your organisation and informing them of the skills they will need to develop in order to address change in a positive way.

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Thought Of The Week: Feedback Phobia

April 8th, 2014

Thought Of The Week: Feedback Phobia

We get asked by more and more clients about how we can help them improve the quality of feedback given within their organisations. Intuitively we know that if we can really get feedback working then employees will know better what is expected of them as well as knowing how they are doing against that expectation.

Simon Wiltshire


Thought Of The Week: The Perils Of Feedback

April 1st, 2014

Thought Of The Week: The Perils Of Feedback

When it comes to performance reviews/appraisals, it is probably fair to say that most organisations would give themselves a 'could do better' grade. The article points out that 55% of people think that their feedback is unfair or inaccurate which is unfortunate (to make an understatement)

Simon Wiltshire


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