Cubiks offers a flexible range of 360 Feedback solutions to enhance talent identification in any organisation.
In 2018, almost 20,000 360 assessment invitations were sent out via Cubiks Online, our central assessment administration platform. Since its release, 14,000 people have received feedback on competencies from our Cubiks Competency Framework. We analysed the data across these assessments to discover the ten most frequently assessed competencies internationally*.
Identifies and develops talent in individuals, providing positive support to allow the individual to achieve their potential.
Demonstrates a focus on achieving results and objectives. Consistently strives to meet or exceed expectations.
Actively keeps people informed and openly communicates relevant information to others. Listens well and takes into account others views and perspectives.
Identifies and understands the customer’s needs. Focuses on meeting those needs and ensuring both satisfaction and a continuing business relationship.
Takes a co-operative approach within the team, sharing knowledge and information. Seeks to promote harmony within the team and contributes to team processes.
Implements and monitors change within the workplace. Communicates clear reasons for change initiatives and addresses criticisms of them to obtain others "buy-in".
Demonstrates resilience in the face of setbacks. Shows tenacity and continues to strive to reach goals, despite obstacles.
Formulates strategies and approaches to clarify and achieve the business vision and objectives.
Inspires enthusiasm in others, encouraging individuals to successfully achieve goals and objectives.
Demonstrates a considerate and thoughtful approach and is receptive to an individual's feelings.
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*Taken from Cubiks standard 360 questionnaires, not including any bespoke 360s. Competencies are those most frequently selected by employers when creating assessments. Definitions are from the Cubiks standard competencies.
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