Feedback 360

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Feedback 360

The aim of the Feedback 360 tool is to facilitate soft skill learning and development from within the corporate organization. It differs from the three reference questionnaires in its hands-on approach: The assessment is carried out by the individuals themselves and by those around them, effectively providing 360-degree feedback.

The Feedback 360 tool enables them to:

  • Rely on concrete, evidence-based indicators of how they can make measurable progress with their personal and professional development;
  • Discover how certain behaviours, actions, or decisions are really perceived by others;
  • Get a clear idea of the impact of their behaviours on others.

You do not have to be TRIMA certified to use this tool. However, due to our people-centred approach, we recommend a half-day training session on how to use Feedback 360°.

The Feedback 360 offers a people-centered approach to self-assessment:

A graphic summary of the results

Personal and professional development chart displaying the breakdown of competencies

A chart showing how the results are distributed in relation to each competency and key actions

Personal Development Workbook with SMART objectives and dynamic coaching with a TRIMA consultant


“Feedback 360° allows me to support my coaching clients by providing very specific suggestions for improvement. I have already used it many times. In fact, this tool not only assesses the competency level of managers and leaders, it also identifies key actions that the latter can take to master each competency. For example, the Resolving problems competency may help people realize that they need to use a team approach to solving problems or be more creative in identifying possible solutions. Now that’s a valuable tool when combined with competency development because it provides clarity and specifics!”

– Jolène Lalonde
PCC Certified professional coach, LEBLEU Communication humaine