Feedback is a powerful thing. It can help to shape a powerful team of brand ambassadors ready to go to work every day and constantly improve. But on the other hand, it can also lead to employees that are frustrated, disgruntled, disengaged, and unhappy at work. As most managers know, feedback can feel like a fine line to walk – one where you gently correct issues in an employee’s performance while also maintaining a high level of engagement and motivation, especially with 360 feedback. Most common mistakes that managers make can be easily avoided, however, with a little forethought and care. Here are the top eight 360 feedback most common mistakes that we see and the fixes for them.