When setting up a Review Cycle, you'll be asked which steps you wish to include. These will determine how the Review Cycle will flow.

These steps can run in any order and not all of them need to be included in order to create the cycle.

Self Reflection

Each participant will be asked to answer a set of questions about their own performance during the review period.

Read more about Self Reflections here.

Peer Reviews

Each participant will have the option to invite a number of their peers to answer a series of questions about their performance during the review period.

There are some restrictions around who you can invite. Each invitation must be approved by the participant's manager first.

Depending on how the cycle is set up, the responses may or may not be shared with the participant.

Read more about Peer Reviews here.

Manager Reviews

The manager of each participant will be asked to answer a series of questions about their performance during the review period.

The manager can then choose to share this response with the participant.

Read more about Manager Reviews here.

Upward Reviews

Each participant will be asked to answer a series of questions about their manager's performance during the review period.

Depending on how the cycle is set up, the responses may or may not be shared with the participant's manager.

Note: When setting up the Review Cycle, select the people who you'd like to be the subject(s) of the upward review, and their direct reports will be automatically contacted about their responses. You don't need to add the direct reports to the review separately.

Read more about Upward Reviews here.

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