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360 feedback

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A set of slides that I'm using as a baseline when organizing 360 feedback session with the teams that I work with

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360 feedback

  1. 1. 360 feedback
  2. 2. Why 360 feedback? ● Because it’s a team activity and it will bring you closer as a team ● Because it’s useful to know what you’re good at ● Because we’re humans and it’s hard to see personal weak spots ● Because feedback from 6 people gives a better picture than feedback from 1 (your manager)
  3. 3. 360 feedback rules ● There are no consequences, you decide what you do with the feedback ● No managers, just team members ● Pair up (1-on-1), you get 8 min as a pair: 2 mins to prepare the feedback, 3 mins for giving feedback to one, 3 min for giving feedback to the other one ● When it’s your turn, give feedback for your partner: ○ 2 things that you appreciate ○ 1 thing that could be improved (focus on behaviors and give concrete examples) ● Be respectful, constructive and honest ● After 8 min, find someone else and repeat ● Own the process, experiment and have fun ;)
  4. 4. Giving feedback - guidelines ● It can be about anything regarding that participant ● Make it actionable and useful (the other can do something with it) ● Focus on behaviors rather than the participant ● Support the feedback with concrete examples ● Be brave and honest, but respectful and considerate
  5. 5. 360 feedback guidelines Guidelines are optional, but they might make the 360 feedback process more pleasant for those involved ● Keep the mandatory rules as simple and as short as possible ● Try to get an even number of participants so that you don’t leave out anyone ● Plan the rotation mechanism up front, otherwise, towards the end, you’ll have participants that have already talked to each other ● Put some post-it and pens around. Some participants might like to take notes ● Own the process means improve as you go, based on what feels better for your pair ● Consider starting with the point to improve as it usually requires more explanation and clarification ● Sometimes it’s hard to come up with feedback in 2 mins, find a way to offer the participants a chance to can prepare before the session. ● Make it clear that time tracking will be strict. If some participants want to discuss something further, they can always do so after the session in 1-on-1

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