Managers misidentify the right talent for succession 60% of the time
Identify emerging leaders, improve succession planning, and promote the right people faster. 360 Degree Leadership assessments can objectively predict performance for next-level appointments
360-degree feedback is a process whereby an individual is rated on his or her performance by people credible to the individual and familiar with his or her work, usually, a combination of direct reports, peers, and managers This is in addition to completing a self-assessment on performance. The resulting information is presented to the individual with the aim of helping them to gain a better understanding of his or her skills and development areas.
When analysed against the participant’s self-assessment, feedback is classified as one of two types
High Score / High Agreement – behaviors where there is agreement that your skill level is strong. These behaviors can accelerate your success and indicate high self-awareness. The agreement enables you to focus on identifying specific actions, or Career Catalysts to improve or build upon a skill.
High Score and Low Agreement – skills with untapped potential. Others rated you much higher than you did, indicating you may have strengths, Hidden Treasures you may not understand/be aware of.
Low Score/High Agreement – these are Career Barriers, behaviors where there is agreement that your skill level is low. These behaviors can block your success
Low Score/Low Agreement – weak skills that may indicate a blind spot. Others rated you significantly lower than you did. These are Vulnerabilities you may be unaware that the skill may be blocking your success.
With the areas and behaviours classified
Your report will help you use the survey feedback to identify one skill to improve. (Working on many skills
at once may cause you to lose focus or become discouraged.)
The people you work with are your best source for clarifying exactly what you need to do to improve. Your
report guides you through how to hold conversations to get that information.
The Improvement Plan worksheet helps you create a simple, actionable improvement plan.
Turning a new behavior into a habit requires that you do what you plan to do.
Through your focused efforts, once your new behavior has become a habit, return to the report, select the
next skill to improve, and repeat the process.