360⁰ feedback is the process of gathering feedback to understand individual’s strengths and development areas. This process often includes a self-assessment and evaluations from internal stakeholders (managers, direct reports, and peers) and, in some cases, feedback from external sources such as customers and suppliers.
Facilitating 360⁰ feedback is a critical part of performance management and leadership development. It fosters not only career and personal development goals, but also insight about the skills and behaviors required to accomplish the organizations mission, vision, goals and values. The results from 360⁰ feedback are often used to plan training and development.
The 360⁰ feedback process typically involves four primary phases: setup, enrollment, surveying and reporting.
Learn how to nominate raters, complete your self-survey and download your 360⁰ report.Learn more
Learn how to approve or deny a rater list submitted to you.
Learn how to complete a survey you've been invited to participate in.Learn more
Learn how to monitor events, export activities, generate and release reports to managers & participants.Learn more
Learn how to create a 360⁰ event using step-by-step instructions and Kincentric templates created just for your companyLearn more
Clarify the terminology used for 360⁰ in our application and this help site.
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