How to Discuss 360 Feedback 2020-03-09T11:02:55+01:00

How to Discuss 360 Feedback

ISBN 978 0992758738

Price £6.79 Kindle ebook £2.89

Giving 360 feedback can be daunting. How will the person respond to it? How can you make it the positive, developmental experience it should be? If you are involved in developing people, it’s likely that sooner or later you’ll need to have a conversation about a 360 report. This book will show you how to get the best out of that meeting.

It will take you through what you are aiming to achieve and help you review the skills you need to succeed.

Filled with practical tips, it shows you what you need to do before, during and after the meeting. Troubleshooting is covered too; you will find answers to many challenges thrown up by a 360 feedback report. What do you do if the feedback is negative? How do you handle it if the person has a higher – or lower – opinion of himself than everyone else has? What if there are no promotion prospects? Or if everything is just average? You’ll find strategies for dealing with many potentially difficult situations.

Whether you are new to giving 360 feedback, or you want to reflect on your practice, this user friendly guide is for you.

Julie Cooper is an experienced trainer and the author of the highly acclaimed people management guide ‘Face to Face in the Workplace.’ She also co-authored ‘The One to One Toolkit’ which has been used to help train advisers and coaches since 2008.

Amazon Reviews:

5.0 out of 5 stars If you are planning on running a 360 soon, read this book first

By Alexis Kingsbury on 3 Dec. 2015

Great book on how to discuss 360 degree feedback! As the co-founder of a 360 feedback tool (Spidergap), I’ve worked with thousands of organisations running 360s and am often asked about how to best deliver feedback. We’ve provided short videos and guidance in the help section of our site… but it’s never really been sufficient to help our clients to get the most out of their 360s. As a result, I’m so glad Julie took the time to write this book, and will certainly be recommending it to our clients and even to our Spidergap partner network (coaches and consultants!).So, if you are planning on running a 360 soon, read this book first – not only will it help you run the individual 360 review meetings, but it’ll help you think about the end-to-end design of the 360 process, what tool(s) you need, and how to communicate the project to your employees.
5.0 out of 5 stars Very helpful

By Kindle Customer on 13 Nov. 2015

Having worked in a corporate role and had 360 feedback, this provided some really valuable insight into how 360 feedback should be given. I wish I had found it found it sooner.