360 Degree Feedback
Performance reviews, evaluations, appraisals.
What you need to know for successful implementation and delivery.
Learn more about our 360 Degree Feedback service
What is a 360 degree feedback process?
A 360 degree feedback review is an effective tool, and when used correctly it can have powerful insights for the people participating in them. Also known as multi-rater feedback, multisource feedback, or multi-source assessment tool, a 360 degree feedback review is collecting confidential feedback for the participant from those who work with them, work for them or have interaction with them on a regular basis. These people are known as raters and include their manager, peers, staff (or direct report), stakeholders or customers.
The feedback collected for the participant allows them to gain a holistic view of their performance at work from the viewpoint of all levels of people who interact with them. It helps them to identify their areas of strength and those areas of performance where they have the opportunity to grow and improve.
Implementing and delivering a 360 degree feedback review can appear to be easy, but there are 5 key components that need to be done correctly for the 360 degree feedback process to be a success. If done poorly, the process is not worthwhile and may have a damaging effect on your employee.
360-degree feedback survey setup – from start to finish
We manage the survey process for you and let you get back to the important things.
Using the right 360-degree feedback survey set is crucial for enabling the participants to improve their performance. By correctly aligning the capabilities to the participant’s level of seniority we will have the opportunity to capture the feedback we require to identify areas for growth and provides the best return on investment.
What type of survey best suits you?
|Full Circle Feedback Standard survey|
|Survey design level:
This survey range has been developed from our years of experience designing surveys and has been implemented successfully in hundreds of organisations across Australia and the world.
Our standard surveys may be used as a base for customisation.
$297 (GST included)
Discount applies for multiple surveys.
|Survey design level:
We can help design a question set to map to the HR capabilities, and structure the survey and question length to help maximise results.
The survey will capture the information your organisation needs to support and develop your employees
We will conduct an obligation free consultation with you to understand your needs and prepare a quotation.
Our service – Tailored to meet your needs.
Online feedback surveys – anywhere, anytime
Our easy-to-use online 360 degree surveys can be accessed on multiple devices to make it easy for your people to provide their valuable feedback.
Your data is safely secured in our tier 3 data centre and available only to you.
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Get the most out of your feedback report with a debrief session
Conducting a 360 degree feedback review allows you to collect vital information, but unless it is reviewed and actioned correctly, it is of no use.
It is essential for the person participating in the 360 process to fully understand and engage with the results they have received and the best way to do this is with a professional facilitator.
On the surface, it might sound easy to help facilitate this process with the participant but providing feedback is a skill set in itself. Debriefing the results of a 360 can have a significant impact on the person you’re assessing, that is why we have our effective feedback training which provides extensive knowledge and tools to ensure your people are prepared.
Our qualified facilitators follow a comprehensive process to ensure that the participant has every opportunity to use their feedback to its full capacity and allow them to grow as a leader.
Before the debrief
- Schedule a 60 – 90 minute session. The location should be quiet and private. They can participate in the meeting via phone or our LiVE Studio.
- The participant is informed of the facilitator’s role to ensure they fully understand the process and feel comfortable.
- The facilitator will review and analyse the data taking note of any themes or trends to discuss with the participant.
During the debrief
The facilitator will cover a comprehensive coaching methodology to help the participant through the two main goals:
- Understand what the feedback means – provide them clarity on the message the raters are delivering them.
- Guidance on what to do with the feedback – help them to leverage their strengths and understand the gaps in performance and ways to improve them.