|Again, this is a funny one. Wrapping feedback from different levels (staff, peers, the manager's manager...) defies understanding. The perspective is different from each level! That's why you do 360 feedback! Why would you mix it up? To save a few questionnaires or an extra graph? Enough said. Pitfall No. 13 (and it really is done sometimes!):
Not separating levels of feedback - defeats the whole purpose of getting feedback from a different level(s)!
Labels: 360 feedback, Peer Feedback