360 Feedback Survey Items
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- Listed Below are common items used for 360 Degree Feedback surveys.
Common Items Listed Below:
- Is aware of problems or issues that may affect the organization.
- Defines roles, rights, and responsibilities of employees.
- Takes responsibility for results.
- Encourages employees to set challenging but achievable goals.
- Accepts accountability for results.
- Accepts setbacks and challenges as improvement opportunities
- Completes work to a high technical standard
- Follows-up and takes action when goals are not met to ensure better results in the future.
- Set high standards in their performance
- Accomplishes goals on schedule and under budget.
Bias for Action
- Conveys a sense of urgency about addressing problems and opportunities
- Identifies ways to simplify work processes and reduce cycle times
- Is concerned about getting things done on time and within budget
- Positively motivates others to achieve or exceed goals
- Responds quickly to tough "people issues" when dealing with internal or external customers.
- Supports Company's efforts to implement changes.
- Addresses organizational and departmental resistance to changes.
- Implements procedures to plan and manage changes.
- Helps the department manage organizational changes.
- Works cooperatively with others to implement changes.
- Determines where actual results differ from desired results and makes necessary corrections
- Does not lose sight of the big picture when making decisions
- Understands the issues, problems, and potential solutions.
- Exercises good judgment by making sound and informed decisions.
- Remains calm when making important or difficult decisions.
- Creates an work environment that fosters positive feedback to employees.
- Enhances the knowledge and skills of others.
- Provides constructive feedback to others.
- Uses planned and unplanned visits as opportunities to train.
- Helps subordinates in building Individual Development Plans.
- Encourages employees to solve problems on their own.
- Allows individuals to be responsible for their decisions.
- Encourages others to obtain necessary skills and training.
- Encourages others to exceed their stated goals.
- Solicits input from others to make informed decisions.
Establishing Focus / Direction
- Stays focused even when under pressure and stress.
- Excellent at managing time.
- Function well under stress, deadlines, and/or significant workloads.
- Maintains self-control when personally criticized.
- Aligns employees to address needs and concerns of customers.
- Can be counted on to add value wherever they are involved.
- Demonstrates the analytical skills to do their job.
- Produces high quality work.
- Takes a lot of pride in their work.
- Uses processes to get consistent results.
- Adapts to new procedures.
- Effective in incorporating new ideas.
- Is open to alternative ways to accomplish goals
- Works effectively during periods of change.
- Able to make changes midstream into current tasks or projects.
- Achieves established goals.
- Establishes and documents goals and objectives.
- Makes sure that team members have a clear idea of our group's goals.
- Sets short and long term goals for self without being pushed.
- Sets goals for themselves professionally.
- Coach others to foster an environment which can adapt quickly and willingly to rapid change.
- Goes above and beyond the stated goals.
- Takes action without being asked.
- Takes the initiative to change the direction or course of events.
- Immediately works to complete goals well before their deadline.
- Suggests new ideas at meetings.
- Creates new and efficient processes.
- Develops several approaches or solutions to a problem.
- Maximizes the alternative solutions to problems.
- Looks for opportunities to apply new and evolving technologies.
- Fosters an environment built upon trust.
- Does what was promised.
- Protects the integrity and confidentiality of information.
- Able to maintain confidential information.
- Establishes relationships of trust, honesty, fairness, and integrity.
- Successfully resolves conflicts and grievances to a win-win solution.
- Adapts management style to meet the needs of the individual or situation.
- Demonstrates compassion and understanding of others.
- Establishes good rapport with employees and customers.
- Able to work through disagreements with co-workers.
- Addresses grievances sooner rather than later.
- Measures performance against goals and objectives.
- Reviews job performance shortly after completion of tasks.
- Rewards employees for exceeding goals.
- Sets challenging goals and objectives.
- Able to solve problems at root cause rather than at symptom level.
- Asks the "right" questions to size up or evaluate situations.
- Determines the impact of recommended solutions.
- Makes judgments based upon relevant information.
- Solves problems that have difficult or conflicting constraints.
- Demonstrate enthusiasm and a willingness to learn new skills and knowledge
- Quickly acquire and apply new knowledge and skills when needed
- Allows employees to fully participate in employee training and professional development.
- Seeks opportunities for professional development.
- Encourages employees to advance their education.
- Works with customers and clients to assess their needs and define project parameters.
- Develops and maintains strong relationships with suppliers and contractors.
- Organizes work and sets priorities as needed.
- Able to coordinate interdependent phases of projects.
- Coordinates the activities of various teams and departments.
- Actively participates as a team member
- Coaches team on how to solve problems, plan, and meet organizational goals and objectives.
- Encourages teamwork and collaboration.
- Provides assistance and support to other team members when needed.
- Recognizes the contributions of the team.