How managers can prepare themselves for 360-degree feedback

05/16/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

The idea of receiving 360-degree feedback can be intimidating, but having access to the opinions of every worker can be a tremendous asset for managers looking to improve their effectiveness, Kelly Gregorio writes. "There will be good comments, constructive critics, hurtful words and completely illogical explanations along the way," Gregorio writes. "If you prepare yourself for this and focus on improving the workplace by improving your effectiveness, the intimidation factor will fizzle out."

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