Feedback should be a loop, not a straight line. Swap the dreaded annual review for recurring feedback cycles that build on each other and help employees thrive in their role with clearly defined goals and helpful insights into their job performance. See where your employees excel and which skills they need to continue developing and improving.
Unless you want to. We’ve done the legwork and put together a bank of questions proven to generate useful and actionable feedback that fuels employee growth. Build out templates using our question bank and/or add your own questions. Cut down on duplicate tasks with customizable templates that match your workflows.
Everyone works differently. Get the whole picture with robust review cycles that ask for self-feedback or feedback from peers, direct reports, or managers. Create a guided post-mortem review on a project. Support employees with weekly or quarterly 1:1s with managers and build a culture of continuous improvement.
Start your review process
Set up a review in less time than it takes to read this sentence. Choose your question templates and participants, select your dates, and launch! Once the review cycle starts, everyone gets automatically notified so you don’t have to do a thing.
Review yourself and others
Complete a self-review or provide feedback on your team or peers. Gain clarity into your strengths and understand your blindspots. Assess individual and team productivity, and capture opportunities for improvement and professional growth.
Stay updated on progress
See who’s done and who’s not ready. We’ll take most of the work off your plate with automatic nudges that notify employees when the review opens, the day before it’s due, and the day it’s due. You can also one-click to send a reminder.
See the past, and the future
Improvements take time. Revisit past feedback to track improvement and plan for future success. See what’s been addressed, identify any common feedback threads, and spot areas where your employee could use more coaching and guidance.
Keep lines of communication open
Weekly check-ins allow both manager and direct reports to have insightful, engaging conversations where they can share feedback and surface talking points for 1:1s. Each pre-selected check-in question is designed to provide insight into priorities, challenges, and progress.