HR Domains (Career GPS): Function Management; Employee Relations; Performance and Rewards; HR Leadership; Organizational Design and Development
85% of Fortune 500 organizations use multi-rater feedback (360s) as a central part of their leadership development program. However, 360s are developing negative reputations in many organizations as participants find the experience is negative and punishing rather than an enhancing and building process. A growing number of leaders are coming to view the process as a waste of time and money. Some are downright damaging.
Jim Clemmer will draw the key lessons learned from Zenger Folkman's solidly researched and highly successful 360 approach used by Marriott, Harvard Business School, Wells Fargo, Coca Cola, General Mills, and ConocoPhillips. Jim's previous company, The Achieve Group, built on Zenger Miller's leadership development programs to become Canada's largest training company. Jim and Jack's organizations are working together again with The CLEMMER Group as Zenger Folkman's Canadian Strategic Partner.
Executive Briefing Objectives:
- Outline compelling research correlating a leader’s effectiveness and organizational success.
- Demonstrate the need for validated, research-based 360-degree assessments.
- Explain how poor rating scales lead to false positives that reduces desire for improvement.
- Show why validated items drive substantial and lasting organizational change.
- Prove how a strengths-based methodology is twice as effective as traditional development methods.
Jim Clemmer, Author, The Clemmer Group Inc.
Since his first leadership presentation in 1975, Jim’s practical leadership approaches have been inspiring action and achieving results. His keynote presentations, workshops, management team retreats, seven best-selling books translated into a variety of languages, articles, blog, and newsletters have helped hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. Jim is a popular columnist and a regular guest on radio and television programs. He’s listed in the World’s Top 30 Most Influential Leadership Gurus based on research with 22,000 global business people, consultants, academics and MBAs. Among his many achievements, he’s especially proud of tripling the size of his forehead!
Jim holds the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation. This is the highest earned designation in Professional Speaking. Based on rigorous criteria and Client ratings, CSP is awarded by the Global Speaker’s Federation to less than 3% of the estimated 15,000 speakers in the world. Jim is recognized as a Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP) by the Canadian Society for Training and Development. Jim is also a Practitioner in Residence for the masters (MASc) and doctoral (PhD) students in the University of Waterloo’s Industrial/Organizational Psychology program.
Jim writes and speaks from plenty of “hands-on” experience. Applying the improvement and effectiveness principles he teaches, Jim co-founded and led The Achieve Group to become Canada’s largest training and consulting company. Both were purchased by Times Mirror and merged with Zenger Miller, Learning International, and Kaset, to form AchieveGlobal. Prior to developing Achieve, Jim established a very successful performance record with an international water treatment company. Starting in sales, he quickly became sales manager, trainer, and the company’s youngest general manager.