PRISM 360° Feedback

PRISM 360° Feedback is a user-friendly, online questionnaire platform that helps business executives and HR professionals handle 360° feedback with little effort and great results. It comes with an easy-to-read graphical report that is simple to interpret.

Most 360° assessments focus on what’s contributing to a person’s performance, but this assessment goes a step further to also provide insights about ‘why’ this is happening. It helps you take a look under the surface and really know what is going on and why it’s happening.

PRISM 360° as a diagnostic tool accurately measures behavioural strengths, competencies, emotional intelligence and personality with an option to add insight into mental toughness and career development assessment. This happens through a possibility of including 25 observers over 5 categories or observer groups.  PRISM 360° is based on a selection of generic competencies, but you can also upload your own, in-house competencies. PRISM 360° can be customised according to your specific requirements and makes feedback easy and simple to administer and analyse.

Contents of this report:

  • PRISM 8 dimension observations;
  • Competency observation;
  • Emotional Intelligence & Big Five observations;
  • Full ‘Professional’ Report for the candidate;
  • Observer score analysis;
  • Observer maps (8D);
  • EI & Big Five observer report;
  • Competency reporting.

 PRISM 360° Feedback with StreetHR

At StreetHR we use PRISM 360° as part of a Performance Management roadmap creation due to the benefits it brings to any type of organisation.  We also ensure that the right culture and foundation building are in place before we suggest using this tool. We have used PRISM 360° as an important tool to align with HR and training strategies.

Our in-house team of consultants and practitioners have extensive experience using this sensitive yet powerful tool to identify the requirements of your team and the strategies that will help your team perform better.

Contact us for more information about PRISM 360° Feedback.

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