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Workplace peer feedback survey template

11

questions

3

minutes to complete

150+

ways to get answers

Studies show that people who are asked to provide performance feedback for others are four times more likely to seek similar input about themselves. This virtuous cycle of feedback is how companies can improve their culture, their team, and even their products.

But peer feedback doesn’t always happen organically, and often the systems companies put in place to encourage it aren’t efficient or helpful to the actual employees who are receiving the feedback. 

SurveyMonkey’s learning and development team partnered with our survey scientists to  develop this peer feedback survey template to help encourage more virtuous cycles in other organizations. 

Our employees can send this peer feedback template when they finish up a project together, to help inform their quarterly reviews, or even add a link to it in their email footer! It’s up to you how you implement it—the key is to encourage actionable, helpful feedback that helps everyone grow.

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