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"As well as the fact that your software stood head and shoulders above your competitors the other reason we selected to work with Talent Innovations was your ability to design a questionnaire from scratch – we were unable to find any other organisation that matched your experience in [the area of survey design]"
Anna Petts – Head of Organisational Development at University of the Arts London
"Your report looks fantastic! Well done on a quality product which is easy to read and very well laid out"
William Innes – HR Business Partner, Royal Bank of Scotland
"Ti delivers 100% integrity of the process, and utmost confidentiality of data and information."
Gordon MacGregor – Organisational Development Manager, Transport for London
"I am so pleased with how easy the [performance management] system is to use. Everything is intuitive and very helpful"
Eldred Dizon – Head of Reward and Talent Management, NCB Capital
"In our selection, reliability and accuracy of data were essential components and Talent Innovations demonstrated an impressive level of expertise"
Alex Brierley – HR Projects Manager, The University of York
"Ti have provided high quality coaching and superb data analysis, benchmarked against leading UK companies"
Leonie Saywell – Organisation Development Lead, Transport for London
Featured Post from the Ti Resources
Research: Negative Feedback Rarely Helps People Improve
In a recent article produced by Scott Berinato for Harvard Business Review (https://lnkd.in/gS5cn7a), it was suggested that negative feedback rarely helps people to improve. Whilst we agree with this point, it is also worth noting that all positive feedback can have very much the same effect giving the employee no real points to improve on or opportunities for growth. Drawing back to the article, it seems the perfect balance for appraisals is to give honest, negative feedback where necessary – whilst making clear their position and importance within the wider organisation. Allowing them to understand…
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But what is the right time and why is it so important? These are critical things to understand if you are wanting to implement continual or 360 degree feedback tools in your organisation.
It helps to look at the extremes of timings. If there is some tricky feedback you want to give someone, the “right” way to deliver it depends on your objective....