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Making sense of 360 degree feedback
Introducing PAPU-NANU to organise and structure feedback
This article outlines the important role of the facilitator to structure and organise 360 degree feedback - and explains how our PAPN-NANU approach can help.
PAPN-NANU builds on the JoHari Window and uses deliberately positive language. It's a way of categorising, prioritising and distilling 360 degree feedback, giving you a structure which will help ‘organise’ the information for feedback.
It highlights the participant's:
- 'Clear Strengths'
- 'Good News'
- 'Agreed Development Areas'
- 'Hidden Talents'
and then gives ideas as to how to develop and take action in these areas.