Launch 360 offers a holistic perspective on leadership
capabilities. By gathering feedback from superiors, peers,
subordinates, and even self-assessments, you gain a 360-
degree view of an individual’s leadership strengths and
areas for improvement. This comprehensive approach
ensures that no facet of leadership goes unnoticed,
providing a more accurate representation of an
individual’s effectiveness as a leader.
Objective assessments are crucial for fair
evaluations. Launch 360 ensures that feedback is
collected anonymously, promoting open and
honest responses from all parties involved. This
anonymity encourages participants to provide
candid insights, resulting in a more accurate
depiction of their leadership performance.
Launch 360 doesn’t just benefit individuals – it
benefits your organization as a whole. The aggregate
data gathered from assessments can be analyzed to
identify trends, gaps, and opportunities for
organizational improvement. This data-driven
approach empowers strategic decision-making and
ensures that leadership development initiatives are
targeted and effective.
Launch 360 offers a customizable section of the survey process. And while our tool is meant to be ready “off the shelf”, customizing a section with specific questions may suit your organizational needs.
Buy Now and the site will walk you through the purchasing process. Your company administrator invites the target employee, their managers, direct reports, peers, and others to provide anonymous ratings & comments related to their leadership skills. Anyone invited can participate (simply input their email address).
Participants spend approximately 15 minutes to numerically rate the 6 leadership characteristics measured by the 360 leadership feedback assessment. Written comments related to the participant’s strengths and weaknesses are also asked for within each category. Once the Participants have submitted their survey responses, a comprehensive, easy to read report is then generated by Launch 360 and delivered to the administrators portal.
We cover 6 key leadership areas: Executive Presence, Leadership, Staff Management, Relationship Management, Social Awareness & Communication.
Review and Reflect: Carefully review the feedback provided by peers, subordinates, supervisors, and yourself. Take your time to understand the comments and ratings, paying attention to both strengths and areas for improvement.
Identify Patterns: Look for recurring themes and patterns in the feedback. Are there specific skills or behaviors that multiple people have highlighted? Identifying these commonalities can help you prioritize areas for development.
Set Clear Goals: Based on the feedback, establish clear and specific development goals. These goals should be actionable and measurable, making it easier to track your progress.
Create an Action Plan: Develop a plan outlining the steps you need to take to work on your identified areas for improvement. Consider what resources, training, or support you might need to achieve your goals.
Seek Support and Guidance: Don’t hesitate to reach out to mentors, coaches, or colleagues who can provide guidance and support in your development journey. They can offer valuable insights and advice.
Track Progress: Regularly monitor your progress toward your development goals. Keep a journal or use a tracking system to record your efforts and any changes in behavior or skills.
Implement Feedback: Actively incorporate the feedback into your daily work. Focus on making gradual improvements over time, and be patient with yourself as you make changes.
Request Follow-Up Feedback: After a period of working on your development goals, request follow-up feedback from the same individuals who provided input initially. This can help you gauge your progress and adjust your approach if needed.
Measure Results: Assess the impact of your efforts by comparing your current performance to your initial feedback. Use quantitative and qualitative measures to evaluate your progress objectively.
Adapt and Iterate: Professional development is an ongoing process. Continuously adapt your goals and strategies as you grow and as your role evolves.
Celebrate Achievements: Acknowledge and celebrate your achievements and milestones along the way. Positive reinforcement can boost motivation and morale.
Share Your Progress: If appropriate, share your development journey and progress with your team or organization. It can inspire others and demonstrate your commitment to personal growth.
Remember that professional development is a continuous journey, and feedback from a 360-degree survey is a valuable tool to help you navigate it successfully. Stay open to feedback, embrace change, and be persistent in your pursuit of improvement.