Managerial assessment based on 360° feedback is an efficient way to gain a complete picture of the current state of management, as well as potential areas for development. 360° feedback is a systematic tool for assessing and strengthening the managerial behaviour of supervisors in your organisation.
When to use 360° feedback
- A systematic review of the intellectual capital and potential of the company personnel is required.
- The organisation wants to focus on goal-oriented development of managerial and expert work.
- Organisational changes are in progress.
- The organisation wants to promote internal dialogue and feedback culture.
Management audits are conducted to determine the current state of management and operations and to identify managerial resources and development needs at the individual and team level. The audit process is based on the management goals set by the organisation.
Management audits usually involve interviews carried out by two consultants, as well as assessment methods selected on a case-by-case basis.
The benefits of management audit
- You gain more information and a deeper understanding of the current state of management and operations.
- The audit helps to identify managerial resources and potential areas for development at the individual and team level.
When to conduct a management audit
- The operations and management of the organisation are in a state of change, e.g. following a corporate acquisition.
- The objective is to develop the operations of the executive team as a whole.
- New resources are being recruited for top executive positions.
- The company has recently drafted new strategic outlines.
A well-managed recruitment process ensures that the right person is found for each open position. It also helps to reinforce the employer and company brand of the organisation. We plan recruitment training according to our client company’s needs and wishes.
The benefits of recruitment training
- Training helps supervisors responsible for recruitment get an overall picture of the recruitment process.
- Supervisors’ interview skills are improved.
- The company gains concrete tools for reinforcing the employer brand.
When to utilise recruitment training
- There are new supervisors in the company, with no experience in recruitment.
- The company’s recruitment process is in need of improvement.