Webinar: 360 and Performance Management (9/17/13)
Please join me and Stan Cooper for a complimentary webinar.
360 and Performance Management
Tuesday, September 17th, 2013 at 12:30 PM EDT, 9:30 AM PST
Your performance management process (PMP) is probably broken. An ever-increasing number of organizations are creating a competitive advantage by integrating 360 Feedback into their PMPs, as well as other HR processes such succession planning, talent management, leadership development , coaching, and high potential programs. Learn how a well-designed and implemented 360 process can add Alignment, Consistency, Validity, Credibility, and even Legality to your PMP and other HR systems. Attendees will receive both the slides as well as a copy of my (along with Allan Church of PepsiCo) most recent publication, The “New” Performance Management Paradigm: Capitalizing on the Unrealized Potential of 360 Degree Feedback” (People & Strategy Journal, 2013)
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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. We look forward to “seeing” you there!
Hope you can make it!
|Dr. David W. Bracken – Consultant|
Dr. David Bracken leads OrgVitality’s Leadership Development and Assessment practice. In additional to employee engagement surveys, David’s work focuses on supporting Multisource, 360 Feedback and Coaching work for clients. David assists clients to make design and implementation decisions that result in sustainable change utilizing a sustainable 360 process. Internationally, David is well known as a leader in and for advancing the science of multisource (360 degree) feedback, particularly in its use to create large scale change and to improve talent management decisions. Prolific and widely published, David is the senior editor and a contributor to “The Handbook of MultiSource Feedback” (Jossey-Bass, 2000), “Should 360 Degree Feedback Be Used Only for Developmental Purposes?” (CCL, 1997). David also contributed a chapter on 360 Feedback to the handbook on “Organizational Surveys: Tools for Assessment and Change” (Jossey-Bass, 1996). David received his BA degree from Dartmouth College, and MS and PhD degrees in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Georgia Tech.
Stan has over 30 years of experience as an internal and external consultant focusing on leadership development, talent management and organizational effectiveness. His experience includes coaching executives to develop critical leadership skills; conducting individual leadership assessments as well as participating in formal group assessment centers; assisting new executives who are integrating into new organizations or positions; developing senior leadership teams; developing leadership competencies; performing organizational effectiveness assessments; and facilitating change management initiatives; Stan has also had extensive experience working with international leadership teams at both the regional and country levels, particularly in Latin America. Stan earned a B.A. degree from Queens College in Economics and has an M.B.A. from Long Island University in Organizational Management.