A former Microsoft employee called its employee stack ranking system “harmful.” Implementing 360 feedback will prove much more beneficial in the short- and long-run.
Companies need to find the right balance between letting employees freely operate and taking absolute control. By partnering with CCi Surveys International, organizations can begin to work toward finding the necessary middle ground.
Through leadership assessments from CCi Surveys International, businesses can ensure that all staff members feel as if they have a voice and that they are working in a productive environment.
It is not necessarily as simple as “train them or replace them.” Managers can implement 360 feedback and non-360 assessments to better understand employees and how they can contribute to the company.
Partnering with CCi Surveys International can help organizations create the right action plans to encourage individual employee growth that will also benefit the company.
According to a study published by the Journal of Socio-Economics, publicly naming employees who receive an award will motivate people the same way that raising the cash value of the award from $0 to $1000.
If CEOs are unwilling to handle conflicts as they arise in the office, it could have negative effects on employees at all levels.
With well-rounded feedback, employees at all levels can gain a better understanding of their skills and how co-workers perceive them.