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Old 09-16-2016, 08:25 PM   #81
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Is this ok? Boss asked me complete a performance evaluation of her

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And update your resume.

Why update the resume when the OP planning on leaving? Who cares at this point!

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Old 09-16-2016, 09:33 PM   #82
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Funny story. When I was still at Megacorp, they 360'd me by allowing the direct reports to my direct reports (i.e. "skip level") to anonymously remote-ream me via group survey sessions. One group unanimously gave me the lowest rating on one of the factors. This was a live survey session, so they all saw the consensus results as they "voted." They knew that I would see the results and since they all gave me an "F," there was no more anonymous. Knowing this, I invited them all to a voluntary session to discuss how I could better "meet their needs." Guess how many showed up*? Just a bunch of cowards hiding behind this anonymous 360 crap.

*exactly one. We had a nice discussion and he earned (more of) my respect that day. Neither of us stuck with Megacorp.

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Old 09-17-2016, 05:24 AM   #83
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I've done this for years, but there were two different ways we did them.
1. For personal feedback only. Fully anonymous. Not all that scientific because I got to choose who did the 360 review. Though we were assured that the results only went to ourselves and not our managers, I was always concerned. Online based, select from fully agree to fully disagree, plus places to write comments.
2. At review time. In this case, the request came from my managers boss, not my manager himself. While I don't know if my managers boss ever shared details of the feedback, like who wrote it, I was never comfortable with this. I would be extremely uncomfortable giving it directly to my manager and would have tried my best to conveniently forget the request.

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