Study of relationship between 360 degree feedback and spirituality at work among employees in the organization
Das Uttam Kumar**, Panda Jayakrushna*
P.G. Department of Business Administration, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
**Corresponding Author E-mail: email@example.com
Online published on 22 September, 2017.
360 degree feedback system is a popular development and assessment tool, especially for organizational leaders. Raters from different organizational levels such as subordinates, bosses, peers and self rate the leaders’ performance. However, there is seldom strong agreement across rater-groups. The 360 degree feedback is a useful tool and helps employees to be more efficient in their current roles besides to help them know what areas they have to concentrate for improvement. The use of 360 degree feedback is being tremendously in organizations. It is claimed that this programme offers a more rounded diagnosis of development needs resulting in more effective development plans for individual level, group level and organizational level. Our research focuses on extensive efforts on soliciting spirituality at the work place in organization. This study tests the compound correlation between 360 degree feedback and spirituality at work place among employees in the organization. A sample of 88 employees occupying various positions of senior level managers, middle level managers and entry level managers in power sector organizations in Bhubaneswar contributes to this research. The results were analyzed using SPSS software package. The results highlight the existence of a meaningful relation between 360 degree feedback and spirituality at work place among employees in the organization.
360 degree feedback, Spirituality at work place, alignment with organizational value, meaningful work, correlation among groups.