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Many corporations use the 360-degree feedback process to evaluate colleagues. This feedback process attempts to improve organizational performance by increasing the range of data included in employee appraisal. If well executed, it can accurately assess performance in strategically important competencies, establish accountability for documented outcomes, and foster employee development. As the 360-degree feedback process becomes more common, organizations adopting it have chosen different methods of using feedback data. Data suggest that multirater systems are used most frequently in the corporate environment to enhance personal development and growth. For athletic departments whose structure and philosophy are consistent with the purpose of a 360-degree multirater system, 13 guidelines are important (e.g., 360-degree feedback systems should be part of the district's strategic effort, the ideal way to put this system in place is to start from the top down, utilize feedback carefully, and make mentoring an essential component of the process). Whether an athletic department is an appropriate fit for a multirater appraisal system can be determined through open communication and discussion regarding the district/school environment, including the amount of bureaucratic control, level of collegiality among coaches and administrators, and task interdependence needed to achieve organizational goals and objectives. (Contains 15 references.) (SM)

Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Evaluation Methods, Feedback, Higher Education, Performance Based Assessment, Physical Education Teachers, Teacher Evaluation











Autor: McFarland, Allison J.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=8658&id=ED465736







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