Commit 41ddb2ef authored by Jessica Mitchell's avatar Jessica Mitchell 💬

Quick update to 360 updates

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* It is ok to skip a question by typing N/A if you don't have meaningful feedback in that area. Don't create a "story" where there is none.
* Try to explain the why? Thinking through the "why" of the feedback will help you provide better and more meaningful feedback.
* Try to complete feedback for 1 or 2 people a day, verses waiting until the last minute. Spending 10-20 minutes a day on this can make thinking through and writing the feedback less overwhelming.
* If you have submitted your reviewers already in Culture Amp and need to make a change. Please slack people ops with the changes and we will update the tool.
**Managers:**
It is very important to remember that your teammates may be receiving incomplete feedback. GitLabbers are not being asked to provide comprehensive feedback. We completed the compensation review prior to this 360 feedback cycle to limit concerns around providing feedback being punitive or rewarding. Feedback is valuable for feedback's sake. To learn and grow, or understand yourself a bit better. The feedback that your team member receives may reinforce excellent or under performance you have already observed, but shouldn't be the only data point you use in evaluating performance. In cases where you’ve identified your top performer, we should learn from what makes that person successful to share with others. In cases where unsatisfactory performance is identified, you should also address that timely and honestly. The feedback included through the 360 process may help in talking through examples of greatest or deficiency, but you should not wait for the 360 Feedback process to address performance matters.
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