Improve employee performance in minutes
Some of the world’s most successful companies like Microsoft and GE use automated weekly check-ins for their performance reviews. The 15Five check-in replaces long reports, email threads, and spreadsheets with a handful of feedback questions served via a lightweight application. Managers get a sense of team morale, and can quickly realign employees around company goals.
Customizable questions for any situation
Insightful feedback questions have a power all their own. What you ask can spark employee innovation or alert management to potential workplace problems. Questions in the check-in are inspired by research to make feedback more effective. The 15Five Question Bank is loaded with dozens of categorized feedback questions, so that managers can impact key areas like employee performance, culture and engagement.
“I’ve found 15Five to be the best tool on the market to facilitate conversations between employees, managers and their peers.”
Complete visibility and versatility
Executives, directors, and managers are constantly seeking ways to gain visibility into every detail of their business from the people they lead. The feedback and employee performance metrics collected in 15Five can be viewed, responded to, passed up the ladder, sorted, and analyzed for trends that can improve performance management strategies.
Check-in with your remote team from (almost) anywhere
How can managers motivate and support remote employees they never even see? With the right feedback tools to fuel your remote management strategy. We designed our beautiful iOS app, with high-functioning remote teams in mind. So managers can create a culture where employees feel heard, stay productive, and remain accountable, even from far away.
15Five for iPhone is available for download at the App Store.
Support New Managers
15Five check-in not only supports team members, it also supports new managers who are learning how to give feedback and navigate growth and development conversations for the first time. Managers account for up to 70% of variance in employee engagement, so it’s important that all managers are setup for success.