Your company wants to start working on creating an open feedback culture, that’s more agile and wants people to be in control of their personal development. That’s why we're introducing intuo. There are 3 main concepts in intuo:

1. Feedback/praise

2. Objectives (will be updated soon)

3. Conversations

4. Notes

Search for a person using the magnifying glass on the top left of your screen, then click the note icon underneath their name. All notes you create here are entirely private!

By the way: 83% of intuo users set some habits for themselves to get started:

  • Every Friday, last thing you do before you leave for lunch, is sending a praise to a co-worker that surprised you that week.
  • As a teamleader: using the results of the engagement survey in a team-session every month to create one additional habit to help increase team-engagement.
  • Translate working points into objectives during a conversation
  • Request feedback after a meeting with people you don't see often
  • Have a recurring meeting in your calendar for your conversations with every team-member or with your manager.


More in detail

1. Feedback/Praise

Praise - a way to thank someone and to share that within the team

Feedback - a more personal way to provide proactive feedback

Requesting Feedback - Request feedback to anyone (you can even type in an email address) and for your team members (if you are a teamleader).

Requesting feedback to an external looks like this:

What could trigger you to give praise? And how about requesting feedback?

2. Objectives 

Together with your manager you can keep track of your current responsibilities (timeline 3-6 months). Create extra key results to provide measurable subgoals.

What do you want to reach in 3-6 months? Can you put that in INTUO as objectives?

3. Conversations

A new way to provide the right data to your 1-on-1s. The feedback flow works as follows:

1. PLAN

You plan a conversation: Click plan, select topics and then fine-tune the questions. Most people simultaneously book a slot in their calendar for that conversation.

2. PREPARE
The team-member prepares: They receive an email and prepare the questions.

3. TALK
 You sit together, grab the team leader's computer and click start next to the team members name. Here the team leader did the preparation and the team member didn't. In the most cases this will be the other way around. Go through the conversation flow as you like. ALL STEPS & QUESTIONS ARE OPTIONAL. (Duration of a conversation is usually 30-60 min)


How many conversations would be useful to have in your context? Would you use them with or without preparation? 

4. Notes

Search for a person using the magnifying glass on the top left of your screen, then click the note icon underneath their name. All notes you create here are entirely private!

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