Pivot’s 360 Degree
Pivot helps you gain vital new insights into your practice from the very people who share your classroom, staffroom and office.
Our 360 survey approach provides a holistic, multi-source view of educational leaders’ strengths and areas for growth.
Our reports show results and recommendations tailored for you – ensuring a clear path for ongoing development.
Clever tools, beautiful insight
We have applied our philosophy – that teachers and school leaders deserve evidence-based, actionable insights delivered in a clear, cost-effective way – to educational leadership.
Our beautiful, engaging reports show the perceptions of your different colleagues – managers, peers and direct reports – allowing you to view your leadership from all angles.
More than reporting numbers, our reports describe the meaning and implications of your colleagues’ and your own self-perceptions and include tailored recommendations and resources. You are immediately provided with a clear, supported pathway.
Results are confidential and available immediately after the survey closes.
Based on evidence
Our 360 surveys draw on international evidence, so you can be confident that the questions relate to behaviour and actions that others can accurately observe and measure. In addition, all questions are aligned with the relevant professional standards for highly accomplished and lead teachers and Principals. (In Australia, this is the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership standards.)
Customisable to your needs
We understand that regional educational managers, principals and teachers will be interested in different elements of leadership depending on their role, school priorities, and their individual development goals. With this in mind, we’ve designed our Coach360, Prin360 and HALT360 tools to be adaptable; users can add additional questions to capture information important for them. Also, 360s can be further customised by adding on questions to users from a single school, across a group of schools, or for a group of coaches, so as to target a shared priority focus area.