Duration: 1 hour
Nowadays most organizations understand the importance of helping their leaders get the critical behavioral feedback that a well-developed 360-degree assessment can provide. At the same time, they are reluctant to provide an open checkbook. Unfortunately, the “doing more with less” mantra is here to stay. The good news is there are some specific ways to manage costs when planning large-scale 360-degree assessment initiatives within any organization. The Center for Creative Leadership has been helping our clients conduct 360 initiatives for over 30 years and we have helped hundreds of organizations get the most from their 360s while keeping costs down.
In this session the presenter will discuss:
- What are the cost questions you should be asking your 360 vendor up-front?
- Which employees actually benefit the most from getting 360-degree feedback?
- What are the three most common reasons for cost overruns?
- In addition to decreasing cost, how do we increase the value of the 360 to our organization?
Audience: Human resource professionals and other individuals responsible for implementing large-scale 360-degree assessment activities in organizations.
Craig Chappelow brings 20 years of experience with the development and use of 360-degree assessment products and is a leading expert in their successful implementation in organizations. He has facilitated assessment-based coaching sessions with hundreds of senior executives all over the world. As the global portfolio manager for CCL's assessment business, Craig oversees CCL's user certification process and advises clients on all aspects of assessment use in their organizations. He is a member of the CCL faculty and serves as a trainer in a variety of CCL's leadership programs. Craig has written extensively about leadership and has been published in the Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal.com, Forbes.com, and is an expert blogger for Fast Company. He is also the co-author of Leveraging the Impact of 360-Degree Feedback (Pfeiffer, 2008), and contributed a chapter about 360-degree feedback in: The ASTD Leadership Handbook (Berrett-Koehler, 2010)