3 answers . . .

“The best mirror is an old friend” (Peter Nivio Zarlenga).


I was reminded recently of the power of a good 360 feedback tool.

And with so many brilliant products on the market, we’re spoilt for choice and it might even be hard to choose easily – not just the product, but also the people who will rate you.  The people who can give honest feedback that’s constructive and will make you sit up and take note.

I’m not here to endorse a recommend a particular tool, but what I do know is that often the most simple 360 is the one that counts.  The tool that truly enables your raters to provide an honest commentary on what they think you do well, or how you might change?

But if you’re not yet ready to take the step to seek this sort of feedback, perhaps a little quiet reflection could help first.  Take 5 minutes to think about you.  About:

  1. what you know you should keep doing
  2. what’s stopping you doing something you know you should
  3. and what you might change about yourself.

3 answers that might make the biggest difference to you yet.

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