Ensuring That People Get the Most Out of the 360-Degree Feedback Experience
In Chapter Five, we discussed how to negotiate the obstacles that could make people reluctant to embark on the 360-degree process. Having addressed those issues, you will also need to eliminate the factors that can prevent people from getting the most out of the experience. Here, we will focus on two key elements of the presentation: the work session in which recipients first receive their feedback and the report on each manager’s data. Again, we will provide ideas on how you can create enthusiasm for the process and increase the likelihood that the feedback will be used to achieve individual and organizational goals.
Why People Reject Feedback
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