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You have signed on to this website in order to complete a questionnaire on an individual who has been in contact with you. The objective is for you to assist in their development by providing feedback enabling them to build on their strengths and identify areas in which they could improve. The questionnaire is in two parts and generally takes around twenty minutes to complete.
You may wish to print a copy of your completed responses prior to pressing “Submit” below.
Please find below a number of statements (sixty-seven in all) together with a ten-point opinion scale which ranges from “Strongly agree” to “Strongly disagree”. For each statement, you are asked to use the box at the right-hand side to allocate a number (between 1 and 10) which best represents your opinion about the individual on each of the items. For instance, with regard to the first statement, “Is well respected by others”, if you agree to a fair or reasonable extent that the individual is, “well respected by others”, then please click on the adjacent box and choose “6” or “7”. If you feel you cannot answer an item or it is not relevant, please select “NR”. NB Avoid using the “backspace” key in this section, since some browsers will erase all your previous answers.
With the exception of the responses from a single supervisor, the person being assessed is not able to attribute responses to a given individual.
This is because:
(1) Feedback responses are grouped by category (i.e. peers, subordinates, external parties).
(2) Having provided McNulty Management Consultants with respondents’ email addresses, the individual being assessed then only sees the final, overall, grouped feedback results.
However, you should be aware that in the case of the Section B free-form questions, it is possible that the wording, form or content of your response could enable you to be identified by the person you are rating. You may, for example, have previously made similar comments to them in person. If you have any concerns in this regard then either disguise your remarks or omit this section altogether.
We hope that you will respond. This process is designed to help increase an individual’s personal insights and help to inform their development. Self-evidently, people cannot address development issues if they are unaware of their areas for development. Others’ perceptions are a helpful part of this process.
However, if, having considered the matter, you do not wish to complete the questionnaire then no adverse consequences will follow. Unless an entire category of individuals refuses to respond, the person requesting the feedback will be unable to identify the names of those who have not responded.
McNulty Management Consultants is registered with the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (the former UK Data Protection Agency) and complies with the requirements of that organisation. As a consequence, in line with ICO recommendations, McNulty Management Consultants only holds such information as it requires in order to complete the 360-degree process.
McNulty Management Consultants would plan to store the individual feedback results for a period of up to four years from the date the feedback report is produced. This is in case any participants wish to rerun the feedback exercise at a later date to ascertain if there have been any changes in their ratings or feedback. Retaining their original data enables ready comparisons to be made.
McNulty Management Consultants also adds the “Section A” results to its overall database of questionnaire responses, enabling future participants to compare and contrast their own scores with average responses to the same items from other populations or groups.
Should any participants wish for their results to be destroyed immediately and/or not be included in any such populations or groups, then we will readily accede to such a request. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org simply stating that you require your results to be destroyed as soon as the feedback report is produced. Your wishes will be implemented.
McNulty Management Consultants is registered with the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (the former UK Data Protection Agency) and complies with the requirements of that organisation. For example, this means that we: