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360 questionnaire design

Colin Newbold | 01 March 2016

This week’s Blog focuses on questionnaire design for a 360 degree feedback intervention. Let me start by clearing something up: the confusion between 360 and psychometric testing. The word psychometric is formed from the Greek words for mental and measurement. Psychometric tests attempt to objectively measure aspects of your mental ability or your personality. You are most likely to...

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The difference between ‘Facilitation’ and ‘Training’

Colin Newbold | 23 February 2016

For historical reasons, a lot of Human Resource and Learning & Development practioners still refer to our space as "Training". And the people who carry out the work as "Trainers". So companies like ours are often lumped together as 'training companies'. We understand that and we're sympathetic to it. The upside is that by using the word training we are easily identified and categorised...

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Our blog this week continues the theme of Behaviour from last time, and it's a quite a bit longer... it's a bit more complicated.

Colin Newbold | 01 February 2016

Shared from www.click-360.com   The facilitators and coaches that work for our sister company - TLC The Learning Curve - regularly observe many poor examples of people giving verbal and even written feedback to others. Here at click-360, we can't help noticing some of the less than helpful comments that people have provided in the reports. In our combined experience, positive...

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Behaviour.

Colin Newbold | 18 January 2016

Shared from www.click-360.com In a 360, behavioural questions are being asked of the individual in the middle and the group of colleagues that work around that individual. So what do we mean by “behaviour"? Have you ever been asked to come up with your own definition of the word? Have you ever really stopped to think about it? Well, here's the definition that we use at TLC:...

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Unconscious Bias

Colin Newbold | 11 January 2016

Unconscious Bias – recognising it, dealing with it Unconscious Bias (UB) refers to the biases we have of which we are not in conscious control. These biases occur automatically, triggered by our brain making quick judgments and assessments of people and situations based on our background, our cultural environment and our experiences.  UB comes under the general heading of diversity and...

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