Have you ever been asked to provide 360 feedback for a coworker or your boss? It's a wonderful opportunity to help another employee continue to grow their skills and experience - responded to and handled correctly.
First of all, do provide the 360 feedback. Otherwise your coworker's performance feedback will come from the perspective of just one employee - his or her manager or supervisor. The manager is not even the person who works with your coworker the most. You do. So, your perspective is important to the employee.
Next, you need to make sure that the 360 feedback you provide is useful and usable as part of your coworker's feedback from his or her manager. The manager will thank you and so will your colleague. Here's how to make your 360 feedback useful and actionable.
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