Give managers and teams one place to regularly align on expectations, track goal progress, and exchange feedback.
Set company, team, and individuals goals and track them in one place so everyone can see how their work ties to the bigger picture. Goals with clear milestone tracking make it easy to see what’s complete, on-track, or needs unblocking.
Nothing slows a company down more than poor prioritization and misalignment. We built Impraise to connect teams and provide direction in a way that is simple and lightweight for both managers and individuals."
Light-weight check-ins help managers identify blockers and stay aligned on performance and progress with their direct reports at a cadence that works for their team.
We needed insights into our talent so we could calibrate across the organization. Being a global company, Impraise helps us understand who our top performers are and who needs extra coaching, no matter what office they’re in.
Set up is easy with templates, customize your own and duplicate the reviews you use most. Once live, maintain an overview of progress, update participants, and extend deadlines even after a review has been scheduled.
Prior to Impraise we had 8,000 different Google Docs to go through every review cycle. None of our team liked it and it was a huge administrative burden. With Impraise our bi-annual reviews are lighter, less scary, and more helpful.”
Schedule reviews at a cadence that works for each team and follow up with automatic reminders to drive participants to next steps. From the mobile app to Slack, Impraise connects with the workflows and tools people use everyday, making it really seamless to complete reviews while gathering actionable insights.
We use Impraise for leadership reviews, peer feedback, self-evaluations, and more. And, in every situation the completion rate is almost 100%. This is something we’re very proud of.
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