360 degree feedback: a dialogue about behavior and skills
360 degree feedback is a good starting point for a personal development plan (PDP). Candidates request online feedback from their colleagues or supervisors on their competencies.
This feedback is a starting point for development goals. 360 degree feedback leads to concrete development results and is used for performance appraisals, training and education, management development and career assessment.
Our TMA Competency Library App can be downloaded for free from the App Store or Google Play. TMA Competency Library contains behavioral examples, coaching advice, development activities and interview questions for 53 competencies.
With 360 degree feedback reports, it is easy to see where the strenghts of your candidate lie and what requires further development. Our reporting solution allows you to measure, compare, and analyze data faster than ever before.
On this page you can see the strengths and weaknesses in the daily actions of the central person from the perspective of other people (feedback providers).
What is 360 feedback?
360 feedback is an assessment in which employees receive confidential, (anonymous) feedback from the people who work around them. This includes employees' peers and direct manager. Managers use 360 feedback to get a better understanding of employees' strengths and weaknesses.
How is 360 feedback used?
TMA 360 feedback is used as a development tool to help employees recognize strengths and weaknesses. It measures behavior and competencies and is also used to measure performance of employees. With TMA 360 feedback reports, it is easy to see where the strenghts of your candidate lie and what requires further development.
Why to use 360 feedback by TMA Method?
With 360 feedback by TMA Method you measure, compare and analyze data faster and more effectively. TMA reports show whether there are differences between the scores given by the central person, colleagues, direct supervisor, employees, customers or other feedback providers. Our reports are complete, easy to read and contain open feedback in addition to competencies.