360° Feedback

    The 360° feedback technique is a process through which information is gathered about yourself and your behaviour at work from the people you work closest with. It is an opportunity to gather structured insights and feedback specifically around your general performance as a leader and a manager against the standards outlined in the NHS Scotland Leadership Qualities Framework, and helps identify self development goals and strategies.

    Detailed in the tabs below you will find 360° information in place within your Board. 

    National Services Scotland

     

    The 360° feedback technique is a way that you can gather feedback from people you work with on a regular basis to find out how you are getting on in the workplace.

    360° feedback will help you find out how well you are performing against our Leadership Qualities and highlight specific areas of leadership and management capability where you could improve. You will also gain valuable insight into how you are perceived by people you work with so that you can find ways of working more effectively with your team and colleagues.

    What are the benefits for me?

    360° feedback will give you a ‘rounded’ view of your personal strengths and development needs. The feedback will help you to:

    – enhance your personal effectiveness
    – improve your working relationships
    – identify key personal development themes for you to address
    – help with career development planning
    – It provides you with feedback that is relevant, structured, focused and actionable.

    Should you wish to receive further information on 360 feedback please use the Contact Us Form

    NHS 24

     

    360 assessment is a process in which you rate your own performance as a leader, and ask people who know you well in a work capacity to rate your performance too. Feedback from a number of people builds a richer and more complete picture than can be given from any single individual.

    This is a very powerful and sensitive process. You’ll gain valuable insight into how you are perceived by others and gain feedback that is relevant, structured, focused and actionable.

    You can access a 360 tool on Turas

    Guidance on how to use the tool is given throughout.

    Here you should carry out your own Self-Assessment against each of the six capabilities listed. Each leadership capability box contains a number of statements which describe what effective leadership behaviours and attributes look like in health and social care settings. You should consider each capability statement and decide to what extent you demonstrate the characteristics for each. You can use the box at the bottom of each page to expand on your reasons for your ratings if you wish. You can update the ratings you assign yourself in the Self-Assessment until the point where you generate your 360 report.

    For further information on support for 360, please contact the L&PE Team using the contact us form.

    NHS Education for Scotland

     

    The Health and Social Care 360 tool is designed to help health and social care professionals reflect on their leadership capabilities and identify strengths and areas for development.

    360 assessment is a process in which you rate your own performance as a leader, and ask people who know you well in a work capacity to rate your performance too. Feedback from a number of people builds a richer and more complete picture than can be given from any single individual.

    This is a very powerful and sensitive process. You’ll gain valuable insight into how you are perceived by others and gain feedback that is relevant, structured, focused and actionable.

    The tool can be found on Turas Learn.  Guidance on how to use the tool is given throughout. There is also a guidance document available to refer to for further support.

    Here you should carry out your own Self-Assessment against each of the six capabilities listed. Each leadership capability box contains a number of statements which describe what effective leadership behaviours and attributes look like in health and social care settings. You should consider each capability statement and decide to what extent you demonstrate the characteristics for each. You can use the box at the bottom of each page to expand on your reasons for your ratings if you wish. You can update the ratings you assign yourself in the Self-Assessment until the point where you generate your 360 report.

    NHS Golden Jubilee

    360° feedback will help you to find out how well you are performing against the NHSScotland Leadership Qualities Framework, and will highlight specific areas of leadership and management capability where you could develop further.  You will also gain valuable insight into how you are perceived by people you work with, so that you can find ways of working more effectively with your team and other colleagues.

    If you would like to find out how you can participate in 360° feedback contact the L&OD team: l&odinfo@gjnh.scot.nhs.uk; 0141 951 5123.

    Public Health Scotland

    Public Health Scotland content is being designed for this page, in the interim please refer to the National Service Scotland tab for support.  Alternatively, you can contact the L&D team by using the Contact Us form.