20 Questions You Should be Asking in 360-Degree Performance Reviews

Key differences between a 360-degree feedback and formal performance review:

  • Leaders choose the participating co-workers who should respond to the questions
  • Leaders ask co-workers to offer their honest observations
  • The completed report is submitted to the leader within a team setting or 1-on-1 meetings.
  • Leaders are offered some context and guidance to interpret the responses
  • Leaders receive a customised leadership competencies for succession planning (I.e., identifying potential employees for leadership positions)

How to write 360-degree review questions?

  • What are this employee’s strengths?
  • How well does this co-worker manage their time and workload?
  • What is the one thing this employee should start/stop/continue doing?

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