Mann, Clive
November 2011
Coaching at Work;Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p46
The article discusses the benefits of bespoke 360 feedback exercises for executive coaching clients. Information from the "2011 Ridler Report" shows that bespoke 360s were rated as having the highest value add in senior level coaching assignments. Bespoke 360 exercises are described as being based fully on qualitative feedback that also address the shortcomings of online 360 feedback. The importance of coaching support in helping leaders understand a 360 report is also discussed.


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