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360 Surveys
Interpersonal & Management

Interpersonal 360
There is more to interpersonal skills than just being “a people person.” True interpersonal effectiveness involves a number of factors including authenticity, communication skills, integrity, self-control, and even attitude towards life. The Interpersonal 360 does not seek to measure how effective an individual is at navigating through shallow interactions out of necessity, but rather how one creates meaningful relationships that inspire trust, loyalty, and growth. Included in the model are:

  • Conflict Management/Negotiation
  • Clear Communication
  • Optimism
  • Trustworthiness/Conscientiousness
  • Adaptive Communication
  • Building Relationships
  • Active Listening
  • Caring/Empathy
  • Stress Management

In short, the Interpersonal 360 evaluates a set of many skills that make up interpersonal effectiveness. It is a valuable instrument, both on a personal and professional level.
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Management Skills 360
The Management Skills 360 aims to measure an individual’s management abilities based on a broad set of competencies that affect their performance as leaders of the organization. Included in the model are:

  • Knowledge of the Organization and Industry
  • Business Acumen
  • Technical and Functional Skills/Knowledge
  • Conceptual Skills
  • Planning Process Skills
  • Leadership
  • Personal Maturity
  • Communication Skills
  • Interpersonal Skills

The assessment will reveal the individual’s management strengths and weaknesses, and he/she will be in a position to pursue developmental training to address areas that need attention. Moreover, the data can be aggregated to provide an overview of the organization’s managerial strengths and weaknesses.
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