- About Compass360
- What is 360° feedback?
- How does it work?
- Benefits of 360° feedback
- Frequently asked questions
- Compass360 online demo
- Walk Through a Sample Feedback Report:
- Using Your Report
- Competency profile
- Behaviour profile
- Gap analysis
- Response range
- Competencies in ranked order
- Behaviours in ranked order
- Development comments
- Free text comments
- Development guide
- Download a sample report
SAMPLE FEEDBACK REPORT
USING YOUR REPORT
Your feedback report is based on the questionnaires completed by you and your colleagues. Ratings were elicited on separate statements that together contribute to a group of competency areas. The questionnaire items were individual behaviours and the competencies are headings under which groups of behaviours are clustered. Each statement was rated on a numerical scale and these ratings reflect how you were perceived to demonstrate each of the behaviours by your colleagues (and yourself).
Remember as you look at your report that all of the ratings are based upon perceptions, which tend to be more subjective than objective. Try to interpret the ratings of your colleagues within the context of your work, and the way you may appear to others. Don't try and work out who has saidwhat - this is difficult and misleading. You will find the following sections in the report. A brief outline is given below, followed by a more detailed description of each of the outputs on the next pages.
This section shows the competency model
This consists of bar charts summarising your ratings, broken down by competency. The charts summarise your ratings according to respondent type (self, peer, and so forth). For respondent groups the ratings are averaged across that group. Note that any ratings for 'Not Applicable' are simply excluded from the averaging process.
This consists of bar charts summarising your ratings, broken down by behaviour. The charts summarise your ratings according to respondent type (self, peer, and so forth). For respondent groups the ratings are averaged across that group. Note that any ratings for 'Not Applicable' are simply excluded from the averaging process.
This set of tables allows you to compare your own ratings with those of other respondents. The report shows for each statement the difference between your self rating and each of the respondent groups' rating. A positive gap means that others have rated the statement higher than your self rating. A negative gap indicates that others have rated the statement lower than your self rating. The table displays rank orders of your greatest blind spots (biggest negative gaps) and your greatest unrecognised strengths (biggest positive gaps).
This will tell you what ratings you got from each of your respondents, but without naming them. The distribution of ratings is given only in terms of respondent type.
COMPETENCIES IN RANK ORDER
This section shows all of the competencies you requested feedback on, arranged in order of the average of others' ratings.
BEHAVIOURS IN RANK ORDER
This section shows all of the behaviours you requested feedback on, arranged in order of the average of others' ratings.
This section shows feedback from raters on specific behaviours.
Showing the correlations between your own ratings for each competency and the ratings from all others.
This section shows the comments your reviewers have made.
This section is for your personal development plan.