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360 Feedback Flow Chart and Best Practices
360 Feedback Flow Chart and Best Practices
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Written by Lacey Bemister
Updated over a week ago

With Fellow's 360 feedback tool, you can batch send out requests in one organized package. We've created this example flow chart to show you how this rollout can work.

Step 1: Communicate timelines with your team

Use Fellow's Employee Guidance tool to give the team a heads up that performance reviews are coming up and set timeline expectations. This will create a suggested talking point for all teams to discuss during their upcoming 1-1's.

Step 2: Set default 360 templates

Pre-set default templates to keep feedback standardized across the organization. An Administrator can set these within the workspace settings.

Step 3: Managers create and send out a 360 feedback request for each Direct Report

  • The direct reports self-assessment

  • The manager's assessment of the direct report

  • A peers assessment

  • Assessment from their direct reports (if applicable)

Let's use an example from the org chart above!

Ryan Howard will send out a request for his Direct Report, Micheal Scott.

The request will gather:

  1. A self-reflection from Micheal Scott himself

  2. Ryan Howard will complete an assessment about Micheal Scott

  3. Ryan will ask any peers who work closely with Micheal for an assessment

  4. Micheal's direct reports will fill out an assessment about him. In this case, he has three direct reports. (Dwight, Pam and Jim)

*As long as each manager from the Office sends out a request, all members of the organization will receive a completed 360 review.*

Step 4: After all types of feedback have been collected, share the results.

How to share 360 feedback Use the more actions option located in the top right corner of the request to share the results with the Direct Report themselves or with HR.

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