“I don’t see me like you see me, but is that a problem?” Cultural influences on rating discrepancy in 360-degree feedback instruments

Regina Eckert, William A. Gentry

Bjørn Ekelund – Simon Fraser University, Jeremy F. Dawson – The University of Sheffield

Summary

360-degree feedback from a variety of rater sources yields important information about leaders’ styles, strengths and weaknesses for development. Results where observer ratings are discrepant (i.e., different) from self-ratings are often seen as indicators of problematic leadership relationships, skills, or lack of self-awareness…

Citation

Eckert, R., Ekelund, B. Z., Gentry, W. A., & Dawson, J. F. (2010). “I don’t see me like you see me, but is that a problem?” Cultural influences on rating discrepancy in 360-degree feedback instruments. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 19 (3), 259–278.  https://doi.org/10.1080/13594320802678414

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