Looking for more questions to use when you ask employees to provide feedback about a coworker in a 360 review? In an earlier article, we shared 360 feedback questions in five areas that were identified with data from Indeed.com.
They tracked the attributes characteristics, and traits that employers sought most frequently in their employment ads for a period of time. If most employers are seeking a particular attribute, that provides a good starting point for developing 360 review questions.
Questions for 360 Review
Use these questions when you request feedback in a 360 review.
- When you work with the employee on a project, does he make a thorough plan and then follow through with its accomplishment?
- What is your experience of the employee’s attention to detail in his work?
- Does the employee prioritize action items andhis work, in general , and then, follow through on the priorities he set?
- Are the priorities that he selects the appripriatr priorities in your view?
- How does the employee contribute to the successful and effective functioning of his team?
- What, if anything, does the employee do that interferes with the functioning of the teams on which he participates?
- To what degree can you depend on the employee to keep his commitments?
- Can you provide an example of a time when the employee demonstrated reliability in his work with you?
Ability to Multi-Task
- Can you tell me about a time when you noticed that the employee was performing a number of different tasks and priorities with ease? Did he ever drop the ball?
- How effective is the employee at coordinating his tasks with other employees to increase his effectiveness?
- Can you provide an overall picture of how effective the employee is at managing her time/
- Does the employee attend team and other meetings in a timely fashion on a regular basis? Or, is she more consistently late?
- How timely is the employee about the completion of commitments and assignments, in your experience?
I've provided examples of the types of questions that you can use to improve the effectiveness of your 360 reviews. They help the employees responding organize their feedback in a way that allows the receiving manager or employee to quickly organize and see patterns. Providing feedback to the employee is more effective when you frame questions that guide the feedback. You can use these sample questions to prepare your own 360 reviews or write your own questions based on these examples.
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