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Self-Management - 360 Degree Feedback Survey Sample #9





360 Feedback Survey

Questionnaires Measuring Self-Management:
Survey 1 (4-point scale; Competency Comments)
Survey 2 (4-point scale; Competency Comments)
Survey 3 (5-point scale; Competency Comments)
Survey 4 (5-point scale; radio buttons)
Survey 5 (4-point scale; words)
Survey 6 (4-point scale; words)
Survey 7 (5-point scale; competency comments; N/A)
Survey 8 (3-point scale; Agree/Disagree words; N/A)
Survey 9 (3-point scale; Strength/Development; N/A)
Survey 10 (Comment boxes only)
Survey 11 (Single rating per competency)
Survey 12 (Slide-bar scale)
Self-Assessment Instructions

Thank you for agreeing to participate in this leadership training process. As part of this process, you will be completing the self-assessment questionnaire (below). As you respond, please draw on your work experiences over the past 12 months. Rate each item using the scale shown. Comments at the end can help you to explain your ratings. If you gave a particularly high or low rating, please share your reasons in the comment section for that competency. Your responses will be compiled with feedback from others and presented to you at the next leadership seminar to help guide your ongoing professional development.

Partially completed forms can be saved by using the Save/Still Working button at the bottom of the page. You may return at a later time to complete/edit the form. Your saved responses will be shown each time you re-visit the feedback form. When you are certain that you have completed your responses and will be not making any changes, click the Complete button.

Self Management

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You deal with conflict by controlling own emotions by listening, being flexible, and sincere in responding.
  1. You use patience and self-control in working with customers and associates.
  1. You consciously control own negative emotions in order to keep team morale up.
  1. You analyze own reactions on the spot to ensure that communication does not appear to be driven by anger.
  1. You analyze interpersonal problems instead of reacting to them.


Continual Learning

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You take the initiative to learn new skills.
  1. You seek opportunities to grow in skills and knowledge.
  1. You improve on your skill sets.
  1. You set relevant learning objectives and goals.
  1. You pursue self-improvement through continual learning.


Feedback

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You are visible and approachable.
  1. You share past experiences with others as learning opportunities.
  1. You seek feedback to enhance performance.
  1. You are easy to approach with ideas and opinions.
  1. You consider other's opinion and suggestions.


Attitude

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You show by your actions that you trust in the positive intentions of others.
  1. You build open and trusting relationships.
  1. You contribute to a positive and fun work environment.
  1. You contribute to a positive work environment.
  1. You visibly support and encourages diversity in style and background.


Innovation

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You encourage open communication to ensure that all proposals are considered.
  1. You build upon the ideas and solutions of others.
  1. You implement best practices within the department.
  1. You offer constructive improvements to existing systems.
  1. You create a safe environment for idea-sharing.


Flexibility

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You are able to adapt to new situations.
  1. You are open to the perspectives/viewpoints of others.
  1. You act decisively in frequently changing and uncertain environment.
  1. You are open to alternative ways to accomplish goals
  1. You can handle changes without complaining.


Bias for Action

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You complete a large volume of work.
  1. You seek and utilize opportunities for continuous learning and self-development.
  1. You encourage risk taking and experimentation to improve performance
  1. You convey a sense of urgency about addressing problems and opportunities
  1. You identify ways to simplify work processes and reduce cycle times


Time Management

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You do not procrastinate.
  1. You set a good balance between work and family life.
  1. You deal effectively with interruptions.
  1. You prioritize new tasks according to your relative importance.
  1. You avoid distractions in the workplace.


Excellence

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You can be counted on to add value wherever you are involved.
  1. You are planful and organized.
  1. You demonstrate the functional or technical skills necessary to do your job.
  1. You keep yourself and others focused on constant improvement.
  1. You produce high quality work.


Safety

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You develop a sustainable safety culture.
  1. You participate in safety training when offered.
  1. You work to implement corrective safety measures.
  1. You develop a culture of safety.
  1. You commit adequate resources toward safety measures.


Teamwork

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You encourage others to share ideas to develop team cohesion
  1. You demonstrate compassion and respect for others through actions; is concerned about your work and non-work issues
  1. You facilitate team discussions and problem-solving
  1. You coach team members
  1. You foster respect and understanding among team members


Company

Definite Strength Meets Standards Needs Development N/A
  1. You attend [Company] gatherings and social events.
  1. You impress upon others the important aspects of [Company].
  1. You follow existing procedures and processes.
  1. You understand the use of [Company] products and services.
  1. You express loyalty and dedication to [Company] in interactions with others.



  1. Overall, please rate the effectiveness of [Participant Name Here].






  2. Strengths


  3. Areas for Development


  4. Please give any final comments or suggestions for [Participant Name Here]'s assessment.