TMA 360-degree feedback: a dialogue about behavior and skills.
TMA 360-degree feedback is a user-friendly feedback tool to chart strongly developed and less developed competencies. The difference between self-image and the image others have about competencies allows you to make a clear analysis of the development areas of yours or your candidate.
Via the online tool, the central person asks people in their (work) environment for feedback on important competencies. These can be colleagues of the same level, but also subordinates or supervisors and even customers.
The 53 TMA Competencies are used for the 360-degree feedback. A minimum of 2 and a maximum of 25 competencies can be chosen.
By combining the different perceptions of feedback providers, a complete picture of the central person is created. Based on the feedback received, the central person starts working on development points.
Gain a broader understanding of competencies and skills across the organization by easily requesting feedback from individuals, colleagues, managers, and external customers. You can enable employees to ask for feedback themselves.
TMA 360-degree feedback is used as a practical starting point for a personal development plan. People are requesting online feedback about important competencies from colleagues and managers.
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360 degree feedback is an assessment in which the central person receives confidential, (anonymous) feedback from the people who work or study around them. For example, the colleagues and the direct manager. Managers use 360 degree feedback to better understand employee strengths and weaknesses.
360 feedback is used as a development tool to help people identify strengths and weaknesses. It measures behavior and competencies and it is also used to measure performance. With 360 feedback reports, it's easy to see where a candidate's strengths lie and what needs further development.
With 360 degree feedback from the TMA Method you can measure, compare and analyze data faster and more effectively. TMA reports show whether there are differences between the scores given by the central person, colleagues, direct supervisor, employees, customers or other feedback providers. TMA reports are graphically complete, easy to read and contain open feedback in addition to integrated competency data and talent data.