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New apps let workers rate each other – with positive questions

15
Jul
2014

New apps remove the guessing game by allowing colleagues to anonymously rate each other. Knozen, a free iPhone app, allows colleagues to rate each other on traits such as assertiveness, patience, analytical ability, friendliness and skepticism. “Knowing more about yourself is a gift, and knowing more about how you’re perceiving others and where it’s different and where it’s the same can be really useful,” said Marc Cenedella, the founder and chief executive officer of New York-based Knozen. The app, which operates via a work email address when at least seven colleagues in the same company are signed up, poses questions about which colleague is likely to exhibit a particular personality trait such as assertiveness or patience.

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