Performance Management – The Value of 360 Degree Feedback

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One of the tools that I believe is under-utilized or poorly executed in performance management is 360-degree feedback. I have found it to be worth the effort it requires both as it relates to my own performance assessments and to those that have received evaluations from me. The value of a 360-degree assessment comes from […]

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Performance Management – It’s Not a Magic Act!

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If you are old-school like me, one of the enduring images of magic is the proverbial rabbit out-of-the-hat trick. For some reason I even conjure up images of magic being performed by looney tunes characters – Bugs Bunny turning the tables on Elmer Fudd or Yosemite Sam. Aside from Bugs making whatever scheme backfire on […]

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Twitter. Valuable or Value-less?

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Well I guess that all depends on how you use it, but what always amazes me is how little thought organizations seem to put into their use of Twitter and especially how they use Followers and Followed. With Twitter it’s important to remember that it’s DIRECTED data i.e. the communications have a definite directional flow […]

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Performance Management – It is What You Make of It

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The subject of team-based compensation systems came round to my attention again this past week and some of the themes that presented out of those discussions included: Are we willing to remove the people or teams that hold everyone else back? How do you get everyone engaged and moving in the same direction? If I’m […]

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Developing Criteria-Based Privileging in British Columbia

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Emma Bloch-Hansen, a director at our Vancouver office, recently had an article published in the Spring issue of The Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership on her work with Dr. Jon Slater and other medical practitioners.  Their article, “Developing criteria-based privileging in British Columbia” is on page 20 of the issue on the Canadian Society of Physician Executives website.  

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Get Emotional About a Culture of Safety

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It was a small terraced house in a northern English city. The young couple did not look old enough to have a son in our apprentice program. They gave me a cup of tea and I sat down on their sofa. There was no TV, just some chairs, a picture of their son and the […]

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WMC’s Network Analysis Service

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Our very own Mike Hughes has been posting on LinkedIn about the value Network Analysis can bring to support Organizational Change Management. WMC can offer such a service to all its Clients and if you’d like to find out more, please download our free brochure or contact our Calgary Office for more details.

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