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There is not just one, but several benefits of 360 feedback in an office setting. This kind of feedback is necessary for team development, organizational growth and also for the individual development of the employees. It is very important for the executives of a company to understand the methods and importance of the same, to be able to deliver the best to their subordinates.

Here are some of the benefits of 360 feedback and why it should be implemented in every organization. Improve and develop the skills within the organization and self-awareness with the help of this particular method of feedback. Go through the points to know more.

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Balanced View

Another thing that is definitely a plus point in regards to 360 feedback is its usefulness for rounding of the skills and behavior of the employees. They get a quality report about their performance, which gives them a good idea about their behavior and skills within the work environment. With the help of the same, they get a balanced and better view of themselves. Also, the feedback does not only come from a single individual, but from a variety of people working within the organization. This gives the employee a fair and a better view of their own behavior within the workplace, and how they can improve upon the same.

 

Improves Self Awareness of the Employees

One of the most important reasons as to why an organization should consider providing 360 feedback to its employees, is because it develops their self-awareness. The participants of this process are handed a full report of their work performance, which includes both their strengths and areas requiring improvement. This is a very efficient method since it gives them a better understanding of their own behavior and how they can improve upon their work. A better understanding is also established between the employee being rated and the one rating them for their performance.360 feedback

Leverages Strength of the Employees

Another thing that makes 360 reviews what they are is their ability to make employees identify their strengths. It is very important for all the employees of an organization to have a good idea about their own strengths, and how they are contributing to the organization with the same. It not only boosts their confidence, but also makes sure they keep on improving on their own grounds. When an employee knows about his/her own strengths within a competitive environment, they will be able to be a part of a better training and development plan.

Reveals Blind-Spots

This type of feedback is rated by multiple individual, because of which it helps to reveal an employee’s blind spots in their behavior. They will be able to understand better about their own selves and how they are perceived by the rest of the people within the organization. A single person might have a wrong opinion you, but when a lot of people say the same thing, there is definitely something that you must be doing wrong.

These are some of the reasons why 360 feedback is one of the best methods of giving feedback to your employees. Make the use of the same within the organization and see how rapidly the efficiency and skills improve. Read here more on How The Digital Revolution Is Impacting HR.

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“After three thousand years of explosion, by means of fragmentary and mechanical technologies, the Western world is imploding. During the mechanical ages we had extended our bodies in space. Today, after more than a century of electric technology, we have extended our central nervous system itself in a global embrace, abolishing both space and time as far as our planet is concerned. Rapidly, we approach the final phase of the extensions of man – the technological simulation of consciousness, when the creative process of knowing will be collectively and corporately extended to the whole of human society, much as we have already extended our senses and our nerves by the various media.”

—- Marshall McLuhan – Understanding Media (1964)