A 360 review provides feedback from your manager, your direct reports (if applicable), your peers, and yourself. During a review cycle, reviewees will be taken through several stages.
The first step in the 360 performance review process is to nominate peers for the peer review. Your Lattice admin determines whether managers will nominate peers on your behalf or if you will nominate your peers, and then managers will approve.
- Nominate peer reviewers for yourself
- Nominate yourself as a peer reviewer
- Nominate peers for your direct reports
In Lattice, anyone who is not your listed manager or direct report can be nominated as a peer reviewer.
Nominated peer reviewers must be approved by your manager, who may add to or remove someone from your list of nominees.
Write your reviews
Once the Peer Selection phase ends, you can start writing and submitting your reviews. Click on the Write your reviews task on your Home page to be taken to the review cycle.
Inside the review cycle, you'll see each of the reviews assigned to you to write on the left-hand side. Click on each review at any time and begin writing.
Remember to use the context panel to help add specific examples to your review responses. This can also help you avoid recency bias by reflecting on examples from the full review period. Each answer is saved in real-time, so you can exit the Reviews tool and come back to submit your review anytime.
Once you have answered all review questions, click Submit Review.
Note: Reviews are not automatically shared with reviewees once you submit them. The review cycle must end before their manager can finalize responses and share review packets with the reviewee.
Prepare for your own review conversation
Once the review cycle ends, your manager will finalize your review and then share the review packet with you. You may receive your review packet before, during, or after your review conversation with your manager.
Make sure you know when your manager will conduct your review conversation. Spend time gathering your goals, check-ins, and other documentation pertaining to your performance during the current review cycle. This review cycle allows you to dive into your past performance and develop a plan to help you grow.