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Why Feedback?

The Reality: People need feedback.

Most people have “blind spots.” They don’t see themselves as others see them. For this reason, they often don’t understand the impact their actions have on others. Although well-intentioned and hard-working, they may be the only ones who don’t know they are causing problems. Feedback is essential for them to improve their performance.

People who take a professional attitude toward their work want feedback. They want to know what’s working and what isn’t. They want to be part of solutions, not the cause of problems. They don’t like having blind spots, and they want to know how to improve.

The Challenge: People rarely give and receive feedback.

The problem is that most people don’t know how to affirm each other’s strengths, and they find it uncomfortable to confront each other directly about performance issues. They often find it easier to bring these things up to fellow team members, so the individual who needs the feedback never hears it. Also, when someone gets feedback from only one person, there’s a tendency to discount the feedback as just a single opinion—whether the feedback is positive or constructive.

How can your organization encourage people to give and receive valuable feedback so they can perform at their best?

The Solution: 20/20® Insight GOLD empowers the feedback process.

People need an efficient, confidential and anonymous vehicle for giving feedback to each other. State-of-the-art software can simplify the process of collecting multi-source (360) feedback for anyone in your organization.

20/20 Insight GOLD is the world’s most versatile feedback tool. With this system, we can set up surveys to collect virtually any type of feedback — ideas, opinions, impressions, ratings —from any number of people about the performance of an individual, a team or even your organization as a whole.

 

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