How effective are your leaders in driving staff engagement?

sacs 360 degree feedback example

360 degree feedback is a powerful tool that can be used for a variety of purposes, including individual performance management, group or organisational performance assessment and leadership development.

Simply put, a 360 degree feedback exercise is undertaken by establishing a set of questions used to collect feedback from the people who work around an employee. This includes the employee’s peers, manager and direct reports, but can also be extended to include external stakeholders or clients. Gathering multiple perspectives on an employee allows your organisation to continue to build and strengthen the performance of individual team members as well as teams, departments, and the organisation as a whole.

30 questions to measure 10 leadership areas:

  • Creates a learning environment
  • Supportive leadership
  • Fosters teamwork
  • Encourages autonomous decision making
  • Effective management of underperformance
  • Effective management of counterproductive behaviour
  • Celebrating success
  • Creates clarity about performance standards
  • Creates clarity about appropriate behaviours
  • Optimism and positivity

360 degree feedback helps companies get a better understanding of their leaders’ and managers’ strengths and weaknesses.

SACS’s software is both affordable and easy to use on any device, and tailored questions can be added easily. Experience the difference.