Feedback is essential for the success of an organisation. Unfortunately, a lot of 360 degree feedback tools are not as effective as they should be. More and more research on how the brain works shows that it is very difficult for people to cope with feedback. Scientists now claim that feedback does not stimulate growth and improvement and therefore learning, but can often actually have an adverse effect. Also, feedback does not always take into account the essential qualities that are necessary for the creation of High Performance Teams and Organisations.
Follow the example of many other businesses, non-profit and public organisations; get started with the brain-friendly and scientifically validated feedforward analysis™!
The feedforward analysis™ provides insight in the most important leadership and management qualities that form the basis of High Performance Individuals, Teams, and Organisations.
Do you, together with your team, board, or entire organisation, want to get started with the feedforward analysis™? Do you want to apply the analysis to change and development programmes, leadership programmes, management development programmes, and recruitment and selection? You can use the forward analysis™ either by yourself (do-it-yourself), or under professional supervision of a feedforward expert (individually, with a coach, or as a workshop).Our services
Based on extensive scientific and field research on the qualities that facilitate High Performance Teams and Organisations.Read more
The feedforward report provides a clear insight and also instigates action. The report helps the participant to zoom in on the qualities that are important to his or her position/task/role.
Clear and transparent fees with discounts in case of do-it-yourself and for partner relations. Invoicing at the end of a quarter, solely including feedforward analysis™. Group reports (possibility to select teams or the entire organisation) will not be charged.
The feedforward analysis™ and the report are currently available in English and in Dutch, but will soon also be available in other languages.
The scientifically validated qualities reflect the qualities of excellent managers and leaders. The feedforward analysis ™ is, however, often also offered to non-executives.
The feedforward analysis™ can be flexibly arranged: departments can be combined, individual and group reports can be drawn up, and new colleagues can be added.
The feedforward analysis™ shows with which qualities you contribute to the success of your organisation and gives you an insight into how to strengthen your less prominent qualities by means of your best qualities.Read more
The feedforward analysis™ can cover up to 360 degrees: colleagues from various levels and external relations such as clients, partners, and private persons
The completion of the online feedforward analysis™ only takes 10 minutes. The respondents do not rank qualities by assigning grades, but select positive qualities. This assures reliable results and makes it safe and fun to complete.
The report gives an overview of the validated management and leadership qualities in which a participant excels. The participant also gets an insight into the distribution of management and leadership qualities; the ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ qualities, and the individual and relational qualities.
Quickly and efficiently applicable, no limit to the number of respondents, invitations and updates are automatically sent out and can be adjusted. Reports or individual tables and graphs are available as PDF files. Data is saved into secured servers.
If we want to emphasise our students’ qualities, we should also emphasise our teachers’ qualities; that’s why I applied feedforward.
Head of a primary school
It is thanks to feedforward that I not only discovered where my weak points were, but also how I could use my qualities to get out of difficult situations.
Hands On, Information Management
An enormous source of information; such a rich tool.
The results enable me to go deeper, because it’s presented in an open and positive way and not in a coercive way like ‘thou shalt…’
Policy Officer Management HR Utrecht University