Here’s a 360 Feedback survey template for asking someone about a colleague, manager or subordinate’s performance at work. These best practice examples can help you get started on your survey, or benchmark what you’re currently doing.
We know every organization has unique characteristics, a distinct culture, and a wide variety of leadership needs. We wanted to take some of the basic practices in 360 Feedback survey design and package them up in a sample assessment to help you get started or benchmark your existing efforts.
Many managers agree that 360 feedback is a useful tool for employee engagement programs, mentoring, employee review periods, and adds to the employee experience; but when it comes time to create questions to ask in your 360 assessments, many people draw a blank. It’s important to keep in mind that every employee needs feedback in different areas for it to be useful. For example, you obviously wouldn’t ask coworkers of an employee in the creative department,
How well does (Subject Name) organize, analyze, and present large data sets that drive business decisions
Sample Competencies and Statements
Hello (Evaluator Name),
You’ve been asked to provide employee feedback in this 360-degree survey for (Subject Name).
Below are 6 items about key leadership principles that apply to (Subject Name)’s development.
Please provide your anonymous feedback by answering the following questions: