Midlands law firm, Browne Jacobson, pilot new 360 system with Bowland Solutions

Bowland Solutions have recently created a tailored web-based 360 system for the Midlands law firm, Browne Jacobson.

Browne Jacobson is one of the largest law firms in the Midlands with regional and national reach through its offices in Nottingham, Birmingham and London. It prides itself on developing long-term mutually beneficial partnerships with like-minded clients in the public, commercial and insurance sectors.

Designed with flexibility in mind, the 360 system uses as its foundation the bespoke competency framework the firm is currently putting in place across departments. The firm’s learning & development team have the ability to match question sets to roles ensuring the specific objectives of the 360 review are met, be they understanding more about management and leadership effectiveness, business or personal effectiveness of the individual.

Once feedback has been received from all respondents, results are collated and discussed in a one-to-one debrief session with trained facilitators who ensures individuals have the opportunity to explore their strengths and development needs.

John Rice, Sales & Marketing Director of Bowland Solutions, comments, “We are very happy to be working alongside Browne Jacobson because they are as keen as we are to create a meaningful process for partners and other recipients. They have invested a lot of time and effort to produce a bespoke competency framework that will support their people to deliver performance for today as well as potential for tomorrow. The 360 system will help bring the framework to life for people ensuring they get meaningful feedback and development goals. ”

Bowland Solutions has been providing tailored on-line Performance Reviews, 360 Degree Feedback, Surveys and HR consultancy since 2001. Its directors have extensive experience within Learning & Development, IT and Performance Management, offering clients practical advice and robust system solutions.


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