Member Since: 15th Apr 2008
Jo Ayoubi is CEO and co-founder of Track Surveys.
At Track, Jo has advised on, and led the development of 360 and other online assessments for leading organisations including John Lewis Partnership, Waitrose, Baker & McKenzie, Nuffield Health, Fujitsu and Saudi Telecom.
She has also facilitated partnership programmes with people development companies including Cambridge-based Moller Professional Services Group.
Jo is also a qualified British Psychological Society Test User for Occupational Ability tests and Personality testing (OBPI).
Jo is the author of The Consultants’ Guide to Success with 360 Degree Feedback, and holds Bachelors (first class) and Masters degrees in French, Arabic & Politics.
Jo writes and blogs regularly on the topic of 360 Degree Feedback in performance and learning. Her recent papers include ‘Making Your 360 Degree Feedback more effective in delivering successful behavioural change’, and ‘Which Online 360? A 10-step checklist for choosing an online 360 Degree Feedback system’, published in association with Training Zone UK. Outside Track, Jo makes time to mentor students at Woodhouse College in London.
Prior to setting up Track Surveys, Jo was a learning and development director for the Corporate Finance business at Ernst & Young in London, where she was responsible for the training and development of over a thousand corporate finance professionals. Projects included learning management systems and online learning evaluations.
Track Surveys owns and operates the Track 360 online platform for bespoke 360 and other assessments.
CEO Track Surveys
25th Apr 2016
In a report on the use of assessments, the Aberdeen Consulting group in the US have found that there are correlations between organisations...Blog
14th Apr 2015
We’re hearing a lot about Nudge at the moment. Put simply, Nudge is a book by Thaler & Sunstein on the science of how people use mental...Blog
13th Oct 2014
Bespoke 360 Degree Feedback that aligns closely with an organisation's core capabilities, values and goals can be a development powerful...Blog
1st Oct 2014
A couple of weeks ago I was taken by surprise by a comment from an associate; we met for coffee and were chatting through what is current...Blog
10th Aug 2014
At one big company I used to work in, part of our annual training budget process was a Training Needs Analysis - at the end of which we...Blog
25th Jul 2014
A while ago I wrote about an idea to use crowdsourcing to provide feedback and appraisal to employees. My views at the time were that there...Blog
15th Jul 2014
So you’ve finally pulled together your 360 degree feedback framework: you’ve built your customised questionnaire, ratings scales and...Blog
15th Jun 2014
Multi-source or 360 Degree Feedback is a very popular management and development tool and many organisations use it very successfully when...Blog
3rd Nov 2013
If you're an HR, Training or Talent consultants, it's worth considering how 360 Degree Feedback data can be used and combined with other...Blog
2nd Oct 2013
I’m interviewing for a book on 360 Degree Feedback for consultants, and am fascinated by the variety of consultants’ viewpoints on every...Blog