Badly managed 360 feedback projects can cause significant organisational damage. One of the key elements in 360 feedback is the provision of effective feedback facilitation meetings. This enables the appraisee to identify strengths as well as development needs, and to deal with challenging feedback in a constructive manner. A good 360 feedback facilitator will help the appraisee to identify the themes emerging and through a series of powerful questions decide on a course of action which will most benefit them.
These cards provide a four stage structure for feedback; set up, report findings, options and actions; together with a set of powerful questions for each stage
Written by Lynda Holt, Director, Appraisal 360 Solutions
Lynda Holt is one of the UK’s leading 360 Feedback experts. For 13 years her development consultancy has helped individuals and organisations to examine their culture, their behaviour and their performance. 360 Feedback is a key part of Lynda’s work and she uses it to support people development in corporate and small business environments.
Lynda provides consultancy to support organisations with planning, designing and using 360 Feedback to ensure they get a real benefit from the process. This includes training and supervision for people facilitating 360 Feedback discussions, within organisations and as external coaches and consultants.
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