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Incorporate opportunities for feedback into your team’s day-to-day experience.
Ask for feedback
It all starts with asking for feedback about yourself and the meetings you organize.
Employees want to know how they can improve. Don’t wait for a quarterly review.
Keep a history of the feedback you exchange and visualize your growth.
Give and get feedback in real-time, effortlessly
Research shows that employees who receive consistent feedback feel more fulfilled in their jobs.
Fellow makes it easy to ask for feedback about meetings and projects, and respond both on the web and through Slack.
Promote a culture of asking for feedback
If you want to help your team thrive, you need to create a culture where giving, receiving, and implementing feedback is part of the DNA.
With Fellow, you can incorporate feedback into your team’s day-to-day experience and track progress over time.
Asking for feedback about yourself is a great way to normalize feedback and build psychological safety across your team.
Get smart suggestions and useful templates
Until you get into a rhythm of giving and getting feedback, the process may feel a bit awkward and uncomfortable.
Whether you’re asking for 360 feedback, feedback about a meeting, or something else entirely, Fellow’s pre-built templates help you create a feedback request without over-thinking the process.
360 feedback made simple
Organizing 360 feedback reviews can be a pain. The asker needs to remember who to ask, what to ask, and then figure out a way to view the results together.
When you’re doing this for one direct report, it’s manageable. But if you need to repeat the process multiple times, it can be frustrating and easy to make mistakes. Batch send out your feedback requests with Fellow’s compact 360 feedback tool and gather all the responses in one place.
Gather anonymous feedback
Depending on what question you’re asking, feedback respondents might feel more comfortable submitting their answers anonymously.
Fellow allows the requester of feedback to designate whether or not they would like the feedback collected to be anonymous. Respondents feel comfortable providing their honest feedback, and the requester can have control over the type of responses they are looking for (not all feedback should be anonymous).
“One of the best additions to our feedback loop has been the company-wide adoption of Fellow. It provides an amazing platform for constant conversations and direct feedback between managers and direct reports.”
Justin SchiefnerDirector of People and Culture