Anonymous FeedbackBy Alanah Throop on June 8, 2010 in How To...
Feedback is a powerful tool for your personal and professional development. Effective feedback needs to be direct, honest, and actionable. The only way to achieve that is with anonymous feedback, which makes it tough to get with existing tools like email and surveys. Rypple is the new way to get and give anonymous feedback.
People resist giving truly honest feedback when they don’t feel like they have control over the environment. They’ve learned the hard way that it often means their opinion gets judged by their colleagues, which can make even the most secure people feel nervous. Sometimes feedback is tied directly to your job, especially when your boss asks the question or it’s given as part of your review. Fear no more! Anonymous feedback in Rypple is honest, direct, and private.
Anonymous Feedback with Rypple
- Direct and honest. Anonymity allows colleagues and managers to provide constructive, direct and honest feedback.
- It’s easy and fast. Ask a quick, focused question. Get direct, anonymous, honest responses from people you know. They don’t have to register to answer. It’s easy to do so you’ll do it more often.
- It’s safe. Use Rypple to ask personal and team questions. You’ll feel safe asking and your advisers will feel safe providing the honest truth. Only you see their private feedback and can share at your discretion, including making it available to your manager.
- Reveals blind spots. Everyone has areas they can improve but we’re not always aware of them. Anonymous feedback helps your coworkers reveal your blind spots in a safe and supportive environment.
- Learn and develop. Take control of your personal development by unlocking the hidden feedback around you. Anonymous feedback helps your performance improve immediately. And it makes you more prepared for your next 1:1 or performance review.
Get started with Rypple
Rypple is easy: ask a question, get anonymous results. Rypple is an easy way to learn faster in your business with honest microfeedback. Join leading business thinkers like Marshall Goldsmith, Steven Miles and Don Tapscott. Sign up for Rypple today.