Preventing 'Maltweetment'Lynn Taylor
Executives who thought the 360 review was brutal when it was introduced in the 1990s had no idea. At that time, the performance evaluation technique—whereby your staff, peers, supervisors, and sometimes clients or vendors weigh in with their opinions of you as a manager—was limited to commentary submitted in a formal, prescribed way. Enter social networking, and anyone can say just about anything about you.
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