PDA 360° Feedback Assessment

Qualitative Objective Setting

 7 easy steps

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Implementation Process

1.1    Step 1.     Completed PDA Form (Participants in the Assessment)  Invitation (link Planwork)

1.2    Step 2.  Competencies Confirmation for Assessment                     (Planwork + Corporate HR )

1.3    Step 3.   Sending Personal Report to every participant   (Employees + Leaders)   (Planwork )

1.4    Step 4.   Invitations to the participants to complete the 360 Assessment                 (Planwork )

1.5    Step 5.    Sharing the Results of the Assessment                                                                 (Planwork )

1.6    Step 6.  One to One meetings for evaluation and Objective setting.    (Leaders + Employees)

1.7    Step 7.   Periodically feedback- Evaluation meetings                                   (Leaders + Employees)


Invitation to the Participants
With the aim of helping you successfully achieve your goals, we have created the PDA 360° Feedback Assessment to provide valuable information for your development.
To begin the process, follow these two simple steps:
Step 1: PDA Assessment
The PDA Assessment uses a simple, precise and scientifically-proven method to describe and analyse people’s behavioral profiles.
To complete the PDA Assessment, click here. It will take you around 15 minutes to complete this Form.
Step 2: PDA 360° Feedback
The 360° assessment is a reliable tool that is used to assess a person’s competency-based performance and help them identify their strengths and areas for improvement, with the goal of maximizing their professional development.
Click here and enter the following information:
User: #UserName#
Password: #Password#
/ Competencies
(An Indicative Part of our full competencies List to choose the fittest for any organization.


Big-Picture View of the Business  (Generic)
The ability to identify business opportunities and the processes that add value to the business, with a genuine orientation toward financial results. It implies having the skill to assess the impact that different options, policies and procedures can have on the business and being able to identify key issues in complex situations.
Communication (Generic)
The capacity to generate and share assertive, timely and two-way communication, adapting verbal and non-verbal language for different audiences, in order to attain established objectives.
Customer-Oriented (Generic)
The ability to understand and manage relationships with internal customers, promoting and maintaining a solid network of customers and associations. It implies the assurance that the organization/department will honor its business commitments by providing high-quality products and services.
Flexibility (Generic)
The capacity to adapt and work effectively with diverse groups in different situations. The person who has this competency will be able to understand and value different positions or opposing points of view, will adapt his/her own focus as demanded by changing situations and will promote changes imposed by the organization or the responsibilities of the position.
Impact and Influence (Generic)
It implies the intent to persuade, convince or influence others in support of one’s own plans. It implies the desire to produce a certain impact on people who might affect plans, to create a certain impression on them or ensure that they do things as desired.
Inclination toward Quality of Products and Projects  (Generic)
It is acting to ensure the highest quality standards around. It is reflected in the constant assessment of information reflecting how the work is being done. It implies insistence that roles and duties be impeccably coordinated.
Initiative (Generic)
This is the inclination to act in a proactive manner; it implies pursuing new opportunities and better ways to do things or solve problems.
Innovation (Generic)
It implies creating something different or ground-breaking. Doing something new that improves one’s own performance or that of others.
Interpersonal Sensitivity (Generic)
The capacity to interpret and understand the thoughts, behaviors, feelings and concerns of people (peers, direct subordinates or supervisors) expressed verbally and non-verbally. It implies having empathy and observation skills.


Contact us for a discusion and a proposal for your tailor made Assessment Model.