You all should have received an invite to log into Peakon, create your feedback circle, and complete a self-assessment. Terry shared more about that here.
Once you have completed that, you’re pretty much done with the most time-consuming part
What happens next?
Every Monday, starting August 2nd, Peakon will send out feedback requests to all the CC’s you’ve added to your circle.
Wait, what? every week?
Yes! The higher the frequency, the shorter the time to fill in your requests. The average time expected to fill at this frequency is just 1 minute. The value of that one minute invested in giving feedback to your fellow contributors multiplies by ∞ - as we all need feedback to grow.
As everything we do, it’s experimental, so definitely let us know if it becomes too much, if you prefer another week day, or any other suggestions.
Every cycle remains open for one week. You’ll see feedback in your dashboard as soon as 3 respondents have filled it in. Your mentor(s) will also have access to your feedback.
Given we’re starting with the shorter/more frequent option, it can take a few weeks before you have a meaningful view.
Feedback given from your circle will be also displayed against how you evaluated yourself in the initial self-assessment.
What questions are you asking?
Questions are based on value-creating behaviors. At each round, just a few of them will be evaluated (more info on Peakon’s algorithm here) .
We’re able to add our own questions and to toggle on and off any of the existing ones. Full list here. Let us know if you’d like to add or remove any: we appreciate your suggestions on how to make this as useful as possible.
You are also able to use Grow to give spontaneous feedback, outside of the survey scheme and frequency:
Terry and I are always happy to help if you have any doubts on how to formulate feedback; Peakon however is already covering that with lots of bite-sized tips and guides (see above).
We will offer targeted support if it is needed, and we’re also going to organise dedicated Learnups on how to work with Feedback.
Thanks for the attention, folks! Let us know if any questions or doubts.