360 Degree Feedback
360 Degree Feedback
is a system that allows co-workers to comment onan individual's performance. It is referred to as 360 Degree as people areselected from various levels of the organisation and from variousdepartments to provide the feedback.
360 Degree Feedback in the UK
is a relatively new approach which cancause unease the first time it is tried. There are a variety of systemsavailable some requiring written comments as part of the feedback. Theproblem with written comments is it is not possible to analyse the commentsand present the result in an anonymous manner. Some people when askedto write feedback comments produce bland statements as they do not wantto cause offence and, in these "politically correct" times, are warry aboutminorities and perceived bias.
e use a tick list approach for feedback using a large variety of representative words. The inputs are then analysed for trends and asummary report is produced which is completely anonymous.
0 Degree Feedback
is used when subordinates provide feedback fortheir supervisor or leader. It is possible to have both 180 degree and 360degree feedback for leadership in larger organisations.
Performance Appraisal is a tool to find out the working and achievement of the orker in anorganization. One type of appraisal is a 90 degree appraisal.In appraisal the feedback of the employee is taken from various other variants like the peers,managers, self appraisal, immediate superiors. In the present form of appraisal only one of theabove virtual circle of the employee gives a feedback about the worker.As the number of variants increase the persons from whom the feedback of the employee is takenincreases makinThe CheckPoint 360 degree feedback systemThe Checkpoint 360º feedback system is a powerful appraisal tool which assesses
18 specific jobskills/abilities categorised into 8 leadership and management competencies. It is effective for performance appraisal, management and leadership development.
There is a proven relationship between the success of the organisation and the leadershipskills of its management.
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Therefore raising the leadership skills and competencies of managers will improve bottom line