Learn more about your Torch Coaching Admin Dashboard and Participants tab here.

Comparing Assessments

To view a comparison of your participants' 360 results over time, navigate to the "360 Comparison" tab.

Select an Assessment from the dropdown. Results default to include to all Cohorts within your organization. To filter results for a specific Cohort, select from the Cohort dropdown.

When you have selected an Assessment, you will see results for all participants who have had two or more of the selected assessment released.

Note: Results will not include participants who have had only one assessment released and a second assessment, until the second has been released to the participant.

At the top, you can see how many participants are included in the results, and the average duration between the assessments:

You are able to select whether you want to see the average change in score from feedback providers (others), or from the participant (self).

Changes in Average Score

The results table provide insight into how the average score in each domain has changed between the first assessment and second assessment. An increase in average score is labeled in blue, average scores which have stayed consistent are in grey, and average scores which have decreased are in red.

You can sort alphabetically by domain, or by an increase/decrease in average score by clicking the "Domain" or "Change" header.

Change Within Population

The "Change Within Population" columns provide additional insight into how the participants changed over time.

For example, although the average score in Structure may have stayed the same, we can see that 20% of participants actually saw an increase, 70% stayed about the same, and 10% decreased.

  • The "Increase" column indicates the percentage of people whose score in the domain increased from the first to second assessment. In this example, 70% of the 10 participants saw an increase in Receptiveness from the first to second assessment.
  • The "Neutral" column indicates the percentage of people whose score in the domain stayed relatively the same from the first to second assessment. In this example, 70% of the 10 participants saw negligable change in Reliability and Structure from the first to second assessment.
  • The "Decrease" column indicates the percentage of people whose score in the domain decreased from the first to second assessment. In this example, 70% of the 10 participants saw decreases in Cultivation, Presence, and Balance from the first to second assessment.
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