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CheckPoint 360°™

Develop Leaders That Gets Results

Your Organization Can’t Afford
Ineffective Managers & Leaders

When managers and leaders operate effectively, teams and individual employees thrive. But when they don’t, organizations suffer. So, how can organizations coach and develop managers and leaders to be more
effective in their roles and promote success?

They can start by using the CheckPoint 360°™ survey. This feedback survey helps evaluate the effectiveness of managers and leaders and provides a personalized approach for developing leadership skills and improving job performance. By providing the right insight, the survey encourages a culture of high-performance that drives results from the top down.

How Does CheckPoint 360° Work?

The CheckPoint 360° survey combines feedback from direct reports, peers, supervisors, and even others who work with your leaders to help leaders and managers improve their performance and deliver on strategic goals.

Survey results highlight a manager’s performance across eight management competencies: communication, leadership, adaptability, task management, relationships, production, development of others, and personal development. Organizations can use feedback from the survey to identify talents, talent gaps, and focus areas to build personalized development plans. It also helps
determine alignment opportunities between the leader and the organizational strategy.

CheckPoint 360° Helps Your Organization:

Develop leadership skills

Improve job performance by using multiple points of feedback

Boost employee morale, productivity, and satisfaction

Improve management training and skills development

Identify talent gaps and develop critical skills

What Is the CheckPoint 360° Survey?

At the start of the process, managers and leaders complete an online self-evaluation to gain a full understanding of their leadership capabilities across eight key Management and Leadership Competencies and 18 key Skill Sets. People who have close interaction with the manager or leader (such as directly reporting employees, peers, supervisors, and even others who work with your leaders) also provide feedback. Through an easy-to interpret set of reports,  both the individual being assessed and their supervisors receive data that can guide the improvement of leadership and management skills.

Interested in setting your organization’s leaders and managers up for success so they can drive results from the top down? Let’s talk.

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