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Even our Prime Minister uses 360 degree feedback appraisal for his officers!
Government of India uses a new age employee assessment tool Of the various kinds of reforms the Modi Government has brought about in India's system of Governance; a very unique & interesting one is the introduction of the 360 Degree survey tool as a platform for selection and appraisal of it's officers! This is yet another example that portrays how our Government is moving beyond the old & mundane system of rules towards bringing in a new approach to its work-style.
What is 360 Degree Feedback Survey? 360 Degree Feedback Survey is a process in which employees receive confidential, anonymous feedback from not just their superiors, but all the other people who work with and around them. It shows insight into a person's performance across different workplace competencies from multiple perspectives, most typically, their manager, peers, juniors and even external stakeholders like clients or vendors, in contrast to their own self-evaluation. 360 Degree Appraisal serves as an all- comprehensive performance assessment tool for employee evaluation. With different perspectives, it helps compile a more complete picture of an individual's strengths & opportunities for development of their performance and skills.
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The Article To find out more about this news, read the article published by The Economic Times and learn how the 360 Degree assessment tool, a name heard of more in the corporate world has carved its niche in our system of Governance and is helping our leaders govern better!
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