Peer to Peer Survey Questions To Get Genuine Feedback

The best way to get genuine feedback about an employee’s work ethics, teamwork, work contributions and more, is to get their peers to review them. 

Here is a list of peer-to-peer survey questions that you can use as part of a performance review or evaluation.

Open-ended Questions

An open-ended question refers to questions that require the person surveyed to respond in a free-flow way. They can choose to respond in a few words or in a few sentences!

Here are some open-ended peer-to-peer survey questions that you place in your Peer Evaluation Survey:

  1. What are this employee’s strengths?
  2. What are 3 words that you would use to describe this employee?
  3. How well does this employee adapt to changes?
  4. What area do you think that this employee can improve on?
  5. What is one thing this employee should continue doing?
  6. This person always finds creative solutions and takes initiative when problem-solving.
  7. How well does this person manage their time and workload?
  8. This person embodies our company values.
  9. What is this person’s greatest strength or asset in their work at [company name]?
  10. Can you provide a specific example of an area in which this person can improve?
  11. What sets this person apart from others?

Likert Scale Questions

A likert scale question refers to a question that asks you to rate your level of satisfaction from Strongly Like/Agree to Strongly Dislike/Disagree.

An example of a Likert Scale Question

Here are some Likert Scale Peer to Peer Survey Questions you place in your Peer Evaluation Survey:

  • This person prioritizes their workload effectively and meets deadlines.
  • This person prioritizes their workload effectively and meets deadlines.
  • This person has strong interpersonal skills and helps everyone feel welcome on the team.
  • This employee is always open to receiving both negative and positive feedback
  • This person values diverse perspectives, even if they are different from their own.
  • This person listens well to others
  • This person is effective in providing helpful feedback to others
  • This person is able to act independently
  • This person treats others with respect
  • This person is resilient in the face of adversity
  • This person puts the needs of the greater good (eg overall company growth) above their own advancement when necessary
  • This person is innovative and resourceful in doing whatever it takes to get the job done well
  • This person inspires and supports others to do their best work
  • This person is continually learning and improving their leadership and performance
  • This person effectively communicates their ideas across
  • This person is accountable and does what they say they will do
  • This person builds good rapport with others
  • This person is effective at coordinating their tasks with other employees to increase their effectiveness
  • This person is good at planning
  • This person goes to meetings on time
  • This person maintains a positive attitude when dealing with unexpected challenges
  • This person shares good ideas
  • This person is a person of integrity
  • This person seems to understands why other people act the way they do

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