Preparing for 360 feedback sessions

Drawing together and making sense of the information gathered in a 360 review is an important element when preparing for 360 feedback sessions. Typically you'll have a report generated from your on-line 360 tool such as Talent 360 which brings together the various observations, comments and feedback. But how then to present this to the participant when there is so much of value?…

360 - it's not about comparing people

Making comparisons between people by using a 360 is one of the four deadly mistakes we see that some organisations make. It's simply just not what 360 is about.…

Avoiding 'should' in 360

In a 360 review, asking someone what their managers or co-worker should be doing is over-stepping the mark. In our recent blog post we talked about there being four deadly mistakes when carrying out a 360 programme. We've explored two of those four mistakes in other blogs and now we look at what you are asking of your raters.…

Hijacking 360 data

Using 360 degree feedback can move your people forward but hijacking 360 data and using for other purposes may just lose any trust you have built with your staff. In our recent post we talked about there being four deadly mistakes, the first of which we explored in that blog. We see this as the issue of describing such an important process as simply filling in 360 degree feedback questionnaires.”…

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