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The Education Professionals 360 feedback survey has been designed with those working within educational settings in mind. The survey is aimed at providing those without management responsibility with an insight into the how others perceive how they operate on a day-to-day basis. It does not assess teaching ability, but rather the behaviours associated with managing themselves, making decisions, planning, monitoring progress, and building and maintaining relationships.
The Education Professionals 360 survey gathers self-assessment responses and feedback from manager, direct reports and other key stakeholders. The survey relates to the 11 behaviours of the Schroder High Performance Managerial Competency Framework . For example, there’s a particular emphasis on behaviours measuring and monitoring progress as well as building a culture that supports and nurtures learning behaviours. It uses a five-point scale, to enable the rating of 44 statements so that the individual can get a really clear picture, through their feedback report, of their strengths and development needs.
There are two versions of this 360; one for primary and secondary education and one for tertiary education.
360 degree feedback is a simple but powerful way for an individual to find out about their strengths and potential development needs. 360 degree feedback surveys can be used on an adhoc basis for individuals, on annual basis to link in with performance reviews or used as part of a development programme where it integrates into interventions designed to develop leadership capability.
Our 360 degree feedback report has been designed by our experienced consultants to provide clear and concise results. An individual report comes as standard with the survey, but a group option is also available for a broader look into a teams strengths and development needs.
The report walks the individual through their data from top level information through to question detail, encouraging the individual to consider how they can make use of their strengths and recognise where their behaviour and actions may be having a negative impact. They have been designed to enable the individual to use the information gathered in order to maximise their performance by encouraging them to maintain their strengths whilst focusing development on those areas that could improve their performance.
At GFB we have a team of executive coaches that can help with how the report is interpreted through coaching and feedback sessions, so that individuals can take away valuable feedback in a way that helps them to build on their strengths and also identifies how to develop targeted skills for their further development. A coached feedback session will provide your people with:
Not all managers or HR professionals are experienced in delivering effective feedback for 360 degree feedback surveys. Ensuring your team have the right skills to have meaningful development conversations with your employees will ensure that your 360 degree feedback project doesn’t fall at the last hurdle!
GFB offer a one day training event designed to equip your team with an understanding of the 360 process; of how to interpret reports; and how to prepare for feedback conversations. The course will give your managers and HR professionals the understanding on how to: