4 Articles About 360 Degree Feedback You Should Read

by Kylee Stone Dec 2,2015

The People Strategy Leaders Podcast

with Srikant Chellappa, CEO

If you are looking for a primer on 360 degree feedback, then this is the article for you. I’ve put together a list of 4 articles that deal with the 360 degree process from start to finish and should help you understand the process better.

Getting 360 Degree Reviews Right

This article neatly summarizes what some organizations who get 360-degree feedback right do and also makes note of how sometimes, 360 programs can fail despite the best of intentions.

Assess Pros and Cons of 360-Degree Performance Appraisal

What happens when you connect 360 degree feedback with performance appraisals? This article details the pros and cons of tying 360 feedback to performance appraisals. Spoiler alert: it may not be a good idea to do so.

5 Ways To Prepare Your Employees For 360 Degree Feedback

360 degree feedback programs cannot run by themselves. They involve preparation. Not only on the part of the HR administrator, but also on behalf of the employees. Employees should not be surprised or blindsided by feedback programs. This article shows you how to prepare your employees for an upcoming 360 feedback program.

Guide to 360 Reviews – What is a 360? How Do You Administer 360 Feedback?

If you are not a big fan of too much reading, then this is the article for you. It is an informative well-written guide to 360 feedback programs. Be warned though, it is lengthy.

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Kylee Stone

Kylee Stone supports the professional services team as a CX intern and psychology SME. She leverages her innate creativity with extensive background in psychology to support client experience and organizational functions. Kylee is completing her master’s degree in Industrial-Organizational psychology at the University of Missouri Science and Technology emphasizing in Applied workplace psychology and Statistical Methods.

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