Employees want feedback and organizations want to develop their employees to build better, more productive workforces. Conducting 360-degree employee reviews seem like an obvious win-win. But all too often organizations fail to communicate the feedback goals effectively and, as a result, employees enter the process with a lot of uncertainty.
One of the most important ways to ensure a successful 360-feedback process is to properly prepare your employees. It increases engagement in the process, leads to better feedback and generates greater willingness to change based on the outcomes.
So how do you best prepare your employees?