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Peer Evaluation: Questions and Template


19 September 2022

3 min read

Incorporate peer feedback with peer reviews. In this article, we list the best questions you can ask in an employee peer review and provide you with a free peer evaluation form template.

Peer evaluation questions

Questions to evaluate your peers as part of a performance review or evaluation

  1. What would you say are this employee’s strengths?
  2. What is one thing this employee should start doing?
  3. [For someone in a leadership role] If you were this leader, what would be the first action you would take?
  4. What are three or four words you would use to describe this employee?
  5. How well does this person adapt to changing priorities?
  6. What’s an area you’d like to see this person improve?
  7. This person prioritizes their workload effectively and meets deadlines.
  8. This person communicates clearly and effectively with me and other colleagues.
  9. What is one thing this employee should stop doing?
  10. This person exhibits strong leadership skills.
  11. This person has strong interpersonal skills and helps everyone feel welcome on the team.
  12. Share an example of a company value this person has brought to life.
  13. This person is always timely and efficient at providing feedback.
  14. This person prioritizes teamwork above all else.
  15. What is one thing this employee should continue doing?
  16. This person always finds creative solutions and takes initiative when problem-solving.
  17. This employee is always open to receiving both negative and positive feedback.
  18. How well does this person manage their time and workload?
  19. This person strongly embodies our company values.
  20. This person values diverse perspectives, even if they are different from their own.

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More peer evaluation questions

  1. Listens well to others
  2. Makes it easy to give feedback to them
  3. Is effective in providing helpful feedback to others
  4. Is able to act independently: doesn’t constantly seek the approval of others
  5. Treats others with respect
  6. Is resilient in the face of adversity
  7. Is bold in taking risks when needed
  8. Puts the needs of the greater good above their own advancement when necessary
  9. What is this person’s greatest strength or asset in their work at [company name]?
  10. Sets strong goals for themselves
  11. Consistently achieves the goals they’ve set for themselves
  12. Is innovative and resourceful in doing whatever it takes to get the job done well
  13. Inspires and supports others to do their best work
  14. Is continually learning and improving their leadership and performance
  15. Persuasively and effectively communicates
  16. Maintains an appropriate balance of immediate needs and longer-range focus
  17. Makes good decisions
  18. Is accountable: does what they say they’ll do when they say they’ll do it
  19. Prioritizes action items and their work, in general, and then, follows through on the priorities they set
  20. Builds strong relationships with others
  21. Understands the needs and priorities of others and is proactive in communicating to others the information upon which they depend
  22. Is effective at coordinating their tasks with other employees to increase their effectiveness
  23. Is good at planning
  24. Attends team and other meetings in a timely fashion on a regular basis
  25. Is a constructive force in group work
  26. Maintains a positive attitude when dealing with unexpected challenges
  27. Understands where their influence lies and how to leverage it
  28. Generates good ideas
  29. Is a person of integrity
  30. Understands why other people act the way they do
  31. Understands themselves and why they act the way they do
  32. Knows how to navigate between personal and professional relationships
  33. Is candid and honest when dealing with others

Peer feedback questions

Apart from the performance review, questions to ask your fellow peer for feedback on how to improve yourself

  1. What do I do well now, and what can I improve on in the future?
  2. Do you think I interact enough with my team members?
  3. How can I better support you in your work?
  4. What skills can I improve to be a better employee?
  5. Can you provide a specific example of an area in which I excel?
  6. Can you provide a specific example of an area in which I can improve?
  7. What sets me apart from other team members?
  8. Have you noticed any gaps in my professionalism?
  9. Do you have any additional feedback?

Final thoughts

Peer feedback helps you get valuable insights into how well your peers see you working within the company and where there might be an opportunity for improvement that would benefit both you and your team.

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