More and more organisations are implementing a 360 Degree Feedback Review. This assessment is a multi-source feedback, designed to give you a panoramic view of your leadership capabilities. It is a process in which a person is self-evaluated on a set of criteria, as well as being rated by their manager or supervisor, peers, direct reports, and even family members.
Even though the popularity of the use of 360 Degree Assessments has increased over the years, only 34% of the participants claim, when asked 6 months later, that they have made significant changes since receiving their feedback. That’s a poor investment, and one that is repeated time and time again when organisations purchase 360 feedback software tools and simply provide participants with their 360 reports. However, when paired with coaching and goal setting, 94% report meaningful change. That’s why it’s critical to provide some form of coaching when conducting a 360 degree feedback survey.