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Give and request feedback directly from coworkers


There are many ways to give and request feedback in the flow of work, including:

In this article, we’ll show you how to give and request feedback on the Culture Amp website.

How to request feedback

Starting from the home screen in Performance, click on Request feedback.
Search for who you would like to request feedback from.
Add a specific question (if you have one) to prompt feedback.

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How to give requested feedback

In your inbox (and all collaboration tools which Culture Amp is integrated with) you’ll receive a feedback request.

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Click the notification to start giving feedback.
If your organization has set up skill cards you will respond to those first. The right hand side indicates that your co-worker truly excels at this skill. The left hand side means that your co-worker is approaching greatness, but could benefit from mentorship on the subject. If you’d like you can choose to skip a skill card (if you don’t feel you can assess their ability on that skill) or all of them if you’d prefer to give qualitative feedback. 

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If they included a specific question, you will see that at the top of the text box where you can write in your response and feedback. 
Finally you may have the option to decide if you’d like your feedback to be shared with their manager as well. 

How to give unsolicited feedback

If you’d like to give feedback to someone who has not requested your feedback, you’ll start from the Performance home screen and click on Give feedback in the top right corner.
Then you can search for the individual you would like to give feedback to.
You will have the opportunity to assess the individual’s skills (as outlined above).
You can flip through the feedback templates to help you craft actionable and effective feedback.

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Finally you may have the option to decide if you’d like your feedback to be shared with their manager as well. 



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