based 360 feedback
Feedback at the University level is being increasingly used in coaching,
performance management and in-house leadership development initiatives
to 360 need to be tailored to University requirements and
to the various populations found within Universities
feedback functions best when it centres on the 'developmental'
needs of participants and is then supported by in-house learning
of 360 feedback systems needs to be performed outside of the
University to guarantee confidentiality and an 'arms-length'
questionnaires to provide 360 degree feedback to University
personnel requires more than a generic approach. Significant
differences occur in the roles played by Administrative Managers, Heads of
Schools, Deans and, say Research Heads, and these differences
need to be reflected in any feedback instrument used.
A tailored TLI is used in these instances.
A university executive requires a different approach again.
A tailored Executive Leader Index is used in this case.
wording of the questions within KRG Consultants' feedback instruments
are adjusted from role to role and the questions asked
within the Feedback Activity section of the questionnaire (written
comments) are also tailored to specific needs. This tailoring
has been one of the reasons why this approach has been so
effective in University settings.
360 feedback is administered via the KRG website. An Australian database provides individuals with
benchmark results for each of the competencies and each of the individual questions.
that you, as a University professional, can gain further information
and understanding re this 360 process please click on the links above and
below to access further information, examples, questionnaires etc.
KRG has utilised 360-degree instruments with hundreds of individuals within the following universities in Australia:
Bond, Griffith, Adelaide, South Australia, Macquarie, Edith Cowan, Canberra, Western Sydney, and Newcastle.
University 360 Model