Multi-Stakeholder feedback (MSF) ensures that the evaluation of an employee’s performance happens in the most holistic way possible. It is a way in which feedback can be sourced and analyzed from multiple sources across the org hierarchy to make the evaluation more truthful and complete.
This method continues to gain popularity over the ‘downward’ philosophy of feedback where input flows unidirectionally from higher levels of the hierarchy to the lower ones. Typically, feedback comes from these 4 sources in Multi-Stakeholder Feedback: Direct Reportees, Managers, Peers and Customers.
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