Corpus ID: 149836260

Knowledge Summary Series: 360-Degree Assessment

@inproceedings{Eichinger2003KnowledgeSS,
  title={Knowledge Summary Series: 360-Degree Assessment},
  author={Robert W. Eichinger and Michael M. Lombardo},
  year={2003}
}
T he common thread of the three short pieces that make up this article is assessment. We assess ourselves. We ask others to give us their assessments. And we welcome {or at least tolerate) boss assessments. All for the purpose of perfortnance improvement, development, and getting ahead. The research presented here first looks into whether self-assessment is accurate or even important. Because self-rating is commonly used in organizations, its deficiencies—and how to overcome them— should be… Expand
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