My company's formal performance evaluation process this year includes a 360° component. Employees have to name 3-5 colleagues (can be superiors, peers, skips, etc.) to contribute to the process. How should I select them?
I have a high degree of uncertainty about how to choose people (which is why I'm asking), but my initial thought is to balance these three considerations:
- Likely to give positive feedback
- Have worked together closely
- Include a balance of people from my team, internal customers, skips, etc.
The peer reviews include quantitative (1-5) questions like "generates high quality work" and "is easy to work with", as well as narrative description of strengths, weaknesses, and examples. The complete (non-anonymous) results are shared directly with the manager of the employee being reviewed, to help with the performance evaluation. Employees never see their colleagues' reviews. Managers can
I have to name my reviewers this week. Any thoughts on how to select them is much appreciated!