Calibration in performance reviews is crucial in eliminating discrepancies. We’ll explore the benefits and key principles of an effective calibration process, and how to implement them in your organization.
Transparent vs. anonymous feedback: Which should you choose?
Creating a culture of feedback sharing can be challenging. We share the pros and cons of transparent and anonymous feedback, and best practices.
Beating proximity bias with performance management
One of the most potent biases in the hybrid workplace is proximity bias. Find out how you can combat it through robust performance management tools.
5 ways to conquer quiet quitting with effective upward feedback
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of “quiet quitting”. We’ll show you how to use upwards feedback to beat the phenomena.
Ready, set, praise
Giving praise has been proven to be an effective motivator. Here’s why praise can be the way to go when your team needs that little push.
7 best practices for giving peer feedback
Creating an active peer feedback culture might be tough. With these best practices, you’ll be able to navigate any challenge with ease.
25 questions to ask in your next 1:1 meeting
Need to check in on your employees? Here are 25 questions to ask in your next 1:1 meeting to help you get to what’s important.
Features you may have missed in 2021
It’s been a productive couple of quarters (with more coming soon!). Here’s a round-up of spring product updates and tips to enhance your performance management process.
25 questions for a 360 review
Asking the right questions can help you have efficient and constructive 360 reviews. So what do these questions look like?
How self-assessments can lead to better performance review conversations
Many employees tend to dread evaluating themselves. Luckily, there are some ways you can keep self-assessments honest and effective.
Set employees up for success with professional development plans
Research shows that intrinsic motivators are key to keeping your employees happy. Here’s how to create an effective development plan to motivate your team.
Nonviolent feedback: How to criticize without hurting feelings
Hasty, poorly-worded feedback can lead to shame and resistance. So how should you deliver nonviolent communication to get the best results?