To help you make sense of your 360 Feedback dashboard, we have created a short video guide. You can also see a written guide below the video.

Dashboard: Report

The goal of the Report is to provide a high-level view of your results:

  1. Toggle between Report, Open-ended & Action Planner to see your review results, rater comments, and set actions for yourself.
  2. If you are a reviewer of more than one participant, you can choose the report you want to see by clicking the drop-down menu. You can also export the report to PDF.
  3. Depending on the project settings, you may see an overall score for your review. The score shows an average for all the questions in the project. Note that you may not see an overall score.
  4. If a certain weightage has been assigned to each rater group, you will be able to see it here. Note that you may not see any score weightage. 
  5. The summary gives you a highlevel overview of the three statements with the highest scores as well as three areas where you can improve.

Johari's Window & Spider Chart

If you scroll down on your dashboard, you will see Johari's Window and a spider chart:

  1. Johari's Window allows you to compare your self-assessment against that of others. The main application of Johari's Window is to expand the Open arena as this indicates that you and your raters are in agreement on competencies that you use with a high degree of mastery on a consistent basis. You can read a more in-depth explanation of Johari's Window here.
  2. The Spider Chart shows you the average score for each competency. The blue line represents the average score for your self-review, whereas the red line represents the average score for all your raters.

Breakdown Analysis

When you scroll all the way to the bottom, you will see a breakdown analysis of your scores.

  1. On the left-hand side, you can see the competency and each question.
  2. Project Average tells you the average score for all participants in the project. 
  3. Here, you can see your score split by the different rater groups. If you hover over the yellow bars under Score you can see how your personal score compares to the average of all participants.
  4. The Rating Distribution gives you a breakdown of how many times you received each rating. 

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