How Do You Rate at Home? Print, Complete the Questionnaire

Many executives already receive a "management 360" review, in which they get feedback from the boss, their peers and subordinates. Now, that concept has been extended to the homefront, to rate busy executives on their personal lives.

The following is the Family 360 survey. Click here to print copies for each member of your family to fill out. Separately, you should fill one out and rate yourself, then get together and talk about where your answers were similar or differed. It's a great jumping off point for a family discussion.

After your discussion, we invite you to go to the World News message board and chat about your experience and post questions about any conflicts you may have. Someone from Family 360 will answer a selection of your questions later in the week to help you navigate the balance between your home and work life.

For more information on the complete Family 360 survey and feedback process, go to www.family360.com.

Communication and Listening
  Needs Significant Attention Needs Some Attention Almost Acceptable Acceptable More Than Acceptable Strength Significant Strength
Is patient with family members              
Takes time to have personal conversations              

Problem Solving
  Needs Significant Attention Needs Some Attention Almost Acceptable Acceptable More Than Acceptable Strength Significant Strength
Solves problems without getting angry or keeping silent              

Equal Partnership and Respect
  Needs Significant Attention Needs Some Attention Almost Acceptable Acceptable More Than Acceptable Strength Significant Strength
Shares home chores fairly              

Demonstrating Love
  Needs Significant Attention Needs Some Attention Almost Acceptable Acceptable More Than Acceptable Strength Significant Strength
Says "I love you" often enough              
Uses a kind voice when speaking              
Talks with children about their important events and activitives              

Integrity
  Needs Significant Attention Needs Some Attention Almost Acceptable Acceptable More Than Acceptable Strength Significant Strength
Keeps promises              
Apologizes when he/she has done something wrong or has hurt others' feelings              

Sense of Purpose
  Needs Significant Attention Needs Some Attention Almost Acceptable Acceptable More Than Acceptable Strength Significant Strength
Helps create enjoyable family traditions              
Teaches the children responsibility and accountability (if applicable)              

Compliments, Builds, Encourages
  Needs Significant Attention Needs Some Attention Almost Acceptable Acceptable More Than Acceptable Strength Significant Strength
Compliments family members for their personal achievements              
Encourages family members to keep trying when they are having trouble accomplishing a task              

Additional Questions

List 3-5 things you appreciate most about this person:

List two things you want this person to do less (or stop doing):

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