Implementing 360 degree assessments can help you pinpoint employees’ strengths while also showing them how they can grow in other areas.
In the business world, a different type of roll call must be done to ensure that all team members are feeling present on all levels.
An engaged team of employees represents an unquestionable competitive advantage for a company, but such a pursuit is only likely to end successfully if managers properly invest in their employees.
Reviews in which a manager simply tells a team member that he or she “is doing great” are not productive. With 360 degree feedback, employees can learn how to become stronger contributors.
360 evaluations are not designed to drag employees down—they are designed to bring them up, along with the entire organization.
A recent Gallup poll found that many employees peak in terms of engagement during their first six months at a new job. However, during that time, just 52 percent reported that they were engaged and 40 percent said they were not engaged.
When managers give younger employees 360 feedback assessments, it can help those team members become stronger contributors.
A former Microsoft employee called its employee stack ranking system “harmful.” Implementing 360 feedback will prove much more beneficial in the short- and long-run.
Companies need to find the right balance between letting employees freely operate and taking absolute control. By partnering with CCi Surveys International, organizations can begin to work toward finding the necessary middle ground.