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Most bosses will put themselves right up there. As a recent TimesJobs survey of about 1, employees revealed, six out of every 10 employees rate the leadership skills of their bosses as poor. Something does not quite add up in the two queries above. The recourse they take is degree feedback, an appraisal process in which an employee gets feedback—at most times confidential— from the manager , peers, and direct reports.

So what do companies do as part of the degree feedback process? While degree review is an integral part of talent management at most companies, some companies also use it for evaluating performance.

Some define career paths of their managers through the system while others use it as a dipstick to measure how well the company culture is shaping up. Flipkart, the home-grown e-commerce bigwig, has been following a degree feedback process for a few years now.

Peer feedback is used as an input for performance assessments. All employees in middle and senior management go through the peer feedback process. For entry and junior level roles, peer feedback applies where the role demands it. Does your boss hold himself accountable? Is he aware of his strengths and limitations? Is your boss a problem-solver?

Is she respected for her business acumen and other core skills? Is your boss open to feedback? Does he or she act on it? Does she take quick decisions? Does she put the organisation and team before her own interests? Is she a great mentor and does she constantly raise the performance bar?

Does your boss keep the team motivated? Does he express appreciation often? Is your boss a good listener? Does your boss encourage the team to be a cohesive unit? At the organisational level, it is a useful data point to check for fairness. At consulting major PwC, degree feedback helps create multiple listening posts, says its chief people officer Jagjit Singh. However, companies often encounter roadblocks in reaching their degree feedback objectives.

The foremost issue: what do people do with the feedback they get. Sometimes, the team leader says he appreciates the feedback but does not do anything about it. Must-haves to keep process on track 1 Organisational maturity to deal with understanding and purpose.

Some like Bhaduri vouch for the efficacy of the system. The leaders who get it right share the feedback with the entire team, thus creating a culture of openness. The evolved response for this would be to acknowledge the feedback, come up with an action plan on the basis of the feedback, and share the action plan with the team giving feedback. This builds trust and kicks off a cycle of better sharing and higher levels of commitment to the common cause.

There are managers and leaders who may do nothing about the feedback. A lack of commitment to this can impact the rating, performance evaluation and career management. The next big challenge for companies is getting objective, constructive feedback from employees or peers.

This manager is not alone. Employees fear that giving negative feedback about the team leader may come back to haunt them at the time of their performance appraisal.

The opposite is the spillover bias where past performance is used to judge, without factoring in recent improvements. Employees might resort to harsh criticism instead of providing feedback in a constructive manner. If this happens in the case of a star performer, it can be counterproductive for the organisation. This would indicate that this set of people is difficult to impress and is more demanding.

For instance, in the early days of degree review, Flipkart faced challenges as a few employees did not have the maturity to provide fair, objective or constructive feedback. In some cases, lack of evidence or critical incidents or context, make it hard to decipher the feedback. In extreme cases, over-reliance on peer feedback may lead to a culture of trying to please peers versus doing the right thing for the role and organisation.

HR heads assert that the true essence of peer feedback is meant to be developmental and not punitive. The Welspun group has a multi-pronged approach to ensure employee objectivity through the design of the questionnaire, that is made sharp and focussed; quantifiable and practical so that it is a simplified output; and building a transparent, open culture.

We position it transparently right from the beginning. Faced with challenges, companies often learn and tweak processes. At RPG, degrees is used only for development purposes, not for determining performance rating. The group has designed the questionnaire based on the RPG capability model and behavioural indicators that it wants to see in leaders. At RPG, the process was tweaked along the way.

Another challenge for organisations is to ensure there is no witch-hunt involved. This is a possibility that needs to be addressed through skip-level meetings for feedback ratification. Read more on.

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Hierzulande nutzen es vor allem Konzerne wie Bayer, Lufthansa oder Allianz. Eine Variante des 90 Grad Feedbacks ist, dass ein Vorgesetzter seine Mitarbeiter zur Leistungsbeurteilung bewertet und diese ebenfalls ihre eigene Leistung beurteilen. Beim Grad Feedback wird der Feedbacknehmer sowohl von seinen Mitarbeitern als auch von seinem direkten Vorgesetzten beurteilt, daneben bewertet er sein eigenes Verhalten. Diese erfolgt entweder durch Partner oder Kunden.

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Susan M. Heathfield Updated November 23, You may be asked to provide feedback about another employee as part of a degree review. When a manager delivers this feedback, your coworkers can benefit from your frank comments in the context of an overall review. The goal of this feedback is to help the employee improve their performance and become a better contributor at work. Face-to-face individual feedback can be counter-productive because it tends to focus on whatever the co-worker is doing now that is bugging their colleague. Additionally, the feedback focuses on identifying problems and areas that are not working effectively. Ideally, feedback takes a more nuanced approach and focuses on ideas for improvement—not just on the negative.

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Most bosses will put themselves right up there. As a recent TimesJobs survey of about 1, employees revealed, six out of every 10 employees rate the leadership skills of their bosses as poor. Something does not quite add up in the two queries above. The recourse they take is degree feedback, an appraisal process in which an employee gets feedback—at most times confidential— from the manager , peers, and direct reports.

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