- Identify the limitation of a 360-degree feedback program that might prevent you from wanting to participate.
- Explain the benefits of 360-degree feedback that generates highly personalized results linked to actual development suggestions.
- Recall how to maximize a 360-degree feedback program.
Skill Level Intermediate
- Companies don't develop new product strategies based on feedback from a single customer. That limited perspective, positive or negative, could inadvertently lead them in the wrong direction. If they want feedback that guides their success in a more focused way, they need to get honest opinions from a diverse set of customers. The same principle can be applied to professional growth and leadership development with 360 feedback. If you're a manager or HR professional, you can benefit from understanding more about 360 feedback and how this valuable process can be used to strategically elevate the performance of your employees, particularly leaders and high-potentials.
Hi, I'm Sara Canaday, and in my work as a leadership consultant and executive coach, I've helped companies to explore and implement 360 feedback systems as a way to boost the quality and capacity of their talent. I've coached hundreds of individuals and teams in using these tools, and I've participated in a few of them myself. Through this course you'll learn more about 360 feedback, its value, it's purpose, how to select the right instrument for your unique needs, and how to deliver the results to maximize your impact.
If you apply the concepts in this course, you'll be prepared to implement a more meaningful process of gathering feedback, one that gives your employees compelling and quantifiable data that is proven to spur positive change. And when you improve the collective strength of the people within your organization, you gain a tangible, competitive advantage. Thank you again for joining me to learn more about 360 feedback. Let's get started.