Everything has its place. Get familiar with the navigation and terminology in Impraise so you can complete reviews, provide feedback, and manage your goals with ease.
In Impraise you will see the following sections in the navigation bar:
This is the landing page of your Impraise account where you can see your Tasks and the latest feedback you have received. Think about Tasks as your “to do list” in Impraise. You can give feedback to people who have requested it, fill out Reviews, and read feedback reports. An email alert will also let you know when a new Task has been assigned to you. All completed tasks are also stored here;
You can review all of your recently received feedback and interact with the sender by selecting a Reaction or Asking a Question. Here you can also see responses to feedback you’ve requested and your Review reports;
1-1s allow you to prepare and record conversations with your manager or peers. You can create a relationship with any member of your organization and track topics to discuss like goals, reports or skills. After a 1-1 conversation, you can keep track of the next steps or add additional context to the topic by adding notes. You can also mark topics as done and move on to another topic(s).
Create concise and actionable SMART Work and Personal Development Goals with specified timeframes and clear milestones. From here, you can manage, edit, and give others access to your Goals.
Get a detailed overview of all the Reviews you’ve been invited to participate in, as well as the ones you’ve completed. You can also access all Review reports shared with you here.
Notifications page shows you full history of activity in Impraise that relate to your account, such as reaction to your feedback, received feedback request; praise; tip, review report shared and many more.
Here you can see team members and direct reports, or search for specific people. Give real-time feedback as a Praise (recognise a job well done) or Tip (constructive and actionable insight). You can revisit feedback you’ve given to colleagues or write a Private Note to help organise your thoughts;