Clarkson University Partners with Modern Survey to gather 360-Degree Feedback

April 28, 2010 No comments | Back To Home

Minneapolis, MN, April 28, 2010 — Clarkson University has partnered with Modern Survey to administer a 360-degree leadership feedback program for senior members of the Clarkson team. The survey tool asked a series of questions related to “demonstration of key leadership” attributes and was designed to seek feedback from managers, peers, direct reports and Board of Trustee members. All subjects were also given the opportunity to self-assess.

Modern Survey’s state-of-the-art 360-degree feedback system was selected for its ease of implementation and its ability to help Clarkson meet very quick timelines with flawless execution and delivery. Providing a unique synthesis of service and technology, Modern Survey helped Clarkson complete this project while meeting aggressive timelines for administration and report-delivery.

Modern Survey CFO, Dan Riley, said, “Modern Survey is proud to partner with Clarkson University and to help them fulfill their mission of academic excellence.”

About Modern Survey:
In less than a decade, Modern Survey has established itself as a leader in the online survey industry, providing a robust suite of proprietary technologies combined with an array of consultative services that help our clients manage talent throughout the employee life cycle, measure and evaluate customer satisfaction and gain insight into changing markets. Modern Survey products and services have spanned 100 countries on six continents in over 30 languages. Each year, Modern Survey receives millions of web survey responses and generates tens of thousands of advanced reports. Through direct and partner channels, Modern Survey’s tools and services have reached more than 500 companies, over 80 of which are among the Fortune 500.

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