Strategic 360 Feedback Forum
Innovative Practices in 360 Feedback
April 2, 2019
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Hosted by Leonardo DRS in Arlington, VA
At the next meeting, we’ll discuss innovative uses of 360 Feedback and best practices for a successful 360 implementation. Presentations will include:
Dale Rose, President of 3D Group & David Bracken, faculty member at Keiser University Graduate Studies – Can ‘Continuous Feedback’ be Strategic? : A Debate
Ramzi Baydoun, Senior Manager of Talent at Abbott Labs – 360s on a Global Scale: High Volume and ‘White Glove’ Options at Abbott
Robert Spagnoletti, CEO of the DC Bar Association – Using 360 Feedback as a Lever to Drive Change from the Top at DC Bar
For more information, please contact us here or email Grace Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Strategic 360 Feedback Forum is a biannual gathering of professionals focused on best practices in 360 Feedback via structured peer-to-peer learning. Member companies value 360 Feedback as a strategic lever, using 360 data to assess, develop, and align leadership talent to achieve business strategy.
3D Group has been the event organizer since 2015. Participating organizations take turns hosting the event at their corporate headquarters. Recent Forums have been hosted by Expedia, PepsiCo, Universal Orlando, Walmart, KPMG, and Reuters. At a typical meeting, several companies present their current 360 process, highlighting innovations and strategic uses. Presenters pose questions to the group and put forward ideas on how to evolve their process to meet their goals. Colleagues challenge each other, provide alternative views, and explore the pros and cons of various approaches.
Strategic 360 Forum events are complimentary and open to professionals implementing 360 Feedback within their organizations.
Here’s What Participants Say About the Strategic 360 Feedback Forum:
“I have always appreciated the Strategic 360 Forum for the good camaraderie and great relationships I’ve built with colleagues across other companies. At each meeting I’ve expanded my network and learned from others’ experiences and challenges so that we can apply these learnings as we continue to refine our program.” –Kira Barden, Director, Culture & Engagement, PepsiCo
A great opportunity to share and learn with peers who manage 360 surveys in their organization. Rich dialogue complemented by thought leadership stretched my thinking, and the learning is sure to help me add more value to our 360 process.” –Mekayla Castro, Director, Leadership Strategy, American Express
“It’s highly beneficial both to hear and share 360 wins and challenges with peers in similar organizations”–Ramzi Baydoun, Senior Manager, Talent, Abbott
Topics from Previous Events:
“Communications Strategies to Build Demand for 360 Feedback” -Tawnie Cisneros, Cisneros Communications
“Using 360 feedback to drive more than self-insight: How 360s can not only enhance self-awareness for employees, but also build talent assessment and analytical skills across the organization” –Charlotte Powers, Johnson & Johnson
“The Three Faces of Accountability in 360’s: Two Decades of Futility” -Dave Bracken, Keiser University
“Customize Your Flavor: Differentiating Leadership Behaviors by Level and Tailoring 360 Feedback Processes” -Kira Barden & Lori Dawson, PepsiCo
“The Role of 360s in Liberty Mutual’s Leadership Assessment & Coaching Strategy” – Jessica Knapp, Liberty Mutual
“Linking 360s & Performance Management at Universal Parks & Resorts Using a Common Competency Model” -Kristin Chase, Universal Orlando
“360 Feedback vs. Alternative Forms of Feedback (AFF): What’s the Difference & Why Should We Care?” -Dale S. Rose, 3D Group