MRA / 360 Degree Feedback System — Dual Scale Surveys
Other Dual Scale surveys usually compare one rating group to another rating group (i.e., Peers vs. Direct reports).
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Dual Scale Advantages
The feedback results focus the rater’s real and immediate needs.
The message “individuals want more (or less) of a practice” is easier for a person to understand, to accept and to respond.
Benefits of Dual Scale
Single-scale assessments can lead to misinterpretation of 360 degree feedback. While they provide a look at one “gap” (i.e., between rater groups), it is not enough information to help the 360 participant / subject create meaningful action plans.
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Single-scale lack the rater’s expectations and requirements of the job and, therefore, miss an important context for the ratings of current behavior. The Dual Scale takes away the uncertainty that remains with the single-scale approach.
For example, a person / subject receives a 3.0 (on a 5- point frequency scale) for a particular competency. The subject person suggested that a 3.0 was all that was necessary or desired for the competency. With a single-scale survey, it is an unknown. With a Dual Scale survey, raters answer that question. This helps discussions move from defensiveness in action planning -- to focused improvement plans.
Perceptions 360 enables raters to evaluate the subject person differently based on need.
The Dual Scale survey:
Benefits of Perceptions 360 Degree Feedback survey system
Benefit of Perceptions 360 GAP Analysis Feedback Report
Focus on Behaviors
Feedback is provided for each behavior on the survey -- not just the Skill Areas.
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Perceptions 360 report samples:
Individual report sample
Leadership report sample
Composite report sample
More Perceptions 360 Information:
About Dual Scale Surveys / Assessments
Applications and Uses
Survey Library - Available Categories
Perceptions 360 - the Process
Understanding Gap Size
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Wednesday, May 18, 2022