2. The Feedback Report
The comprehensive 4-color Checkpoint 360 degree feedback report presents results that are easily read and
understood. Managers can increase self-awareness, compare perceptions from
different work place sources, measure performance in relation to goals, clarify
the expectations of others, and prioritize management development needs. An excellent
coaching tool, the Checkpoint Report provides a balanced picture with valuable
insights. Confidentiality is assured.
The Development Planner
The most valuable section of the Checkpoint Report contains targeted training
and development suggestions keyed to giving the manager specific recommendations
for improving performance.
Good managers want to increase their effectiveness, but may lack the
information necessary for optimizing their training and learning
opportunities. This section removes all ambiguity and presents a clear
plan for filling the gaps in a manager's knowledge, skills and professional
Learn how a variety of others in the
organization view their performance.
Take advantage of the information by
instituting a positive action plan.
Make continuous improvements to maximize
Use results to help plan
employee training and
Make their coaching more focused and
Provide performance appraisals that go beyond their
Direct Reports and Peers:
Get more involved in initiating
constructive change in the workplace.
Become more team-oriented through
involvement in the assessment process.
Experience increased job satisfaction.
Aligns professional development with
the organization's objectives.
Operates in an environment of higher morale
and increased commitment to excellence.
Translates the increase in professional skills to an increase in
Easy to Administer
Each respondent completes an evaluation, a process that takes about
minutes. They are guaranteed anonymity (except for the "Boss" or
and urged to be honest and objective in their responses. Respondents
complete their assignments via the Internet. Results from all
respondents are quickly compiled in reports
that are returned to the participant and manager.
Once the participant has completed the Checkpoint,
they can optionally create a thorough well-developed plan of action by using the