Eggup offers a 360-degree assessment model to holistically evaluate the skills and behaviours of people. This advanced and comprehensive approach that can be adopted by organizations as a supporting tool for performance evaluation.
This methodology is based on the company’s evaluation needs and the specific skills on which it needs to focus.
Eggup can offer its support in building the actual skills model. Alternatively, it is possible to proceed with a soft skills matching activity compared to a pre-existing model.
The hetero-evaluation questionnaires thus constituted will include a series of questions linked to the behavioural indicators, which are, in turn, linked to each skill examined.
Thanks to this methodology, it is possible to involve different key figures of the organization, such as colleagues and managers, to collect complete and diversified feedback on the professional aptitudes of each individual, thus providing a complete overview of their skills.
The process will require everyone involved in a training and development plan to first respond to a self-assessment. The same questions will then be asked in hetero-evaluation as a way for each person to be evaluated by managers and colleagues.
MODE OF USE
The process as described above is very effective when building personalized development plans.
After an initial phase of self-assessment, during which a soft skills assessment, among those available in the catalogue or a custom-built one, can be administered, we recommend using the 360-degree evaluation model to obtain a complete overview of everyone’s skills distribution.
The reports generated will offer significant support both in the evaluation processes and in the one-to-one feedback sessions, as the individual perception is compared with the assessments and evaluations of the rest of the team and the managers.
Regarding the 360-degree evaluation, Eggup offers two types of reporting:
- An individual view version on the single respondent.
- A global view version on the entire segment of the company population involved in the development project.
The reports highlight:
- Descriptive statistics, providing an overview on the scores’ distribution, at an individual and group level.
- Soft skills’ analysis, with focus on the scores’ distribution and the difference between the scores obtained in the self-evaluations and those of the assessors.
- Suggestions on development plans and action plans that can be undertaken post-assessment for an ongoing self-development journey.
Also in this case, the entire experience can be customized with the brand identity of the requesting company.