New Ebook: A practical guide to OKRs for companies

Learn how to use OKRs to align employees and drive better team performance

Objectives

Track individual, department, and organization goals or OKRs. Visualize objective alignment.

Lightweight continuous feedback in addition to structured 360 feedback to help employees grow.

1-on-1s

Enable managers and employees to schedule and track 1-on-1 conversations and check-ins.

Recognition

Drive peer recognition to increase employee engagement and alignment to core values.

Reviews

Conduct objective and time-efficient reviews with automatically compiled performance data.

Pulse surveys

Run employee engagement surveys to diagnose issues and to build a better organization.

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  • “7Geese reviews made the world of difference, it completely transformed our process.”

    Lily Windebank – People Operations, ClearScore

  • “It's baked into our culture. Now, when I need to give junior staffers quick feedback on what they did well and where to improve, I would do that in 7Geese rather than sending an email.”

    Kami Hess – VP of Client Services, Stone Temple Consulting

  • “The OKRs process within 7Geese gave us an easy way to understand what people are doing and a simple way that maybe wouldn’t get developers worked up with keeping another list.”

    Jorge Symonds - Brand Manager, Nearsoft

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