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The Art and Science of 360-Degree Feedback, Second Edition by Anntoinette D. Lucia, Richard LepsingerGriffith

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Introducing the Feedback Process

The ideal method for introducing and explaining the feedback process is to hold one-on-one or group orientation sessions for participants. Depending on the number of participants involved and how comfortable they are with the concept of 360◦ feedback, these sessions could range in duration from one hour to a half-day. Another option for introducing people to the 360-degree effort is with an email or letter.

Group Orientation Meetings

When participants are new to the process, they may initially feel a high level of discomfort. In this case a one- or two-hour group meeting, led by experienced facilitators, gives employees an opportunity to learn about the process, ask questions, and discuss their concerns. ...

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