The 15Five check-in gives you a voice: to share that brilliant idea that’s been floating around in your head for 3 months -- or to finally get attention on that stuck project you’re dying to complete. Use it as your work journal to reflect on progress, roadblocks, and get the support you need from your manager to win. Interested in knowing more about how this will help you? Read about the science behind why a weekly check-in works to create a better workplace.
Here is a glimpse into what to expect from a 15Five; the Anatomy of a 15Five. For more information on writing and submitting your 15Five, click here.
If you would like a video walkthrough of the 15Five check-in, click here.
For a reporter based jump start guide, click here.
How are you feeling? The Pulse check allows you reflect on your general feeling for the week.
Objectives are long-term goals. Each report, you will be required to update the status of these goals.
Priorities are short-term tasks or goals. These can be linked with Objectives to create alignment between short and long-term goals.
Questions are the meat of 15Five. These will be set up by your manager and/or company admin (normally People Ops). Questions drive deeper discussion and connection within teams.
High Fives are where you can recognize a teammate that has been doing great work! This is your opportunity to show appreciation where it is due.
Want some help writing your own? Here are the High Five Best Practices to get you started!
15Five visibility varies by company and is set up by company admins. Some teams have complete transparency while other teams may only allow managers to view an individuals' 15Five. To see who has access to view your 15Five, visit this page.