Managers: How to Request Feedback about Your Direct Reports
Managers can ask colleagues for feedback about their direct reports at anytime. This peer feedback is critical for managers to have meaningful 1:1 conversations with their direct reports and also for assessing them during employee evaluations.
To ask for this feedback, managers can go to the Everyone tab to search for an individual they want feedback from or the Request Feedback tab and select from the dropdown menu.
During an evaluation cycle
You can also request feedback as part of reviewing your team in employee evaluations by clicking on "Request Peer Feedback."
Managers can now customize the questions they want to ask about their direct reports (up to three questions). One question must be provided to send the request.
Track feedback requests
On this Request Feedback page, managers can see who they have asked for feedback about their direct reports and who has responded. Feedback that is incomplete is marked as ○ and feedback completed (✓) can be clicked to see the response.
In addition, we highlight requests that have been made in your Inbox as a "completed" action.
Read feedback about your direct reports
You will get an email notification when your request has been responded to. You can click the email link to take you to the response, access it via your Inbox, or go to your direct report's name in Everyone and click on the profile picture to see the history of feedback.
Note that managers can also access self reflections and evaluations by going to the Everyone tab and clicking on a direct report's profile picture.