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What do I say to inform my raters?
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We recommend sending a short email to the individuals you are inviting to rate you, to alert them to look for a rater invitation in the future. Below are a couple of examples texts for potential emails.

 

Sample text for co-workers other than Boss, Superior, and Other:

I am involved in a self-improvement process that will help me become a better leader. I would like to get your help. I’m asking you to provide feedback because I think you know me well enough to give honest and useful developmental information. Your answers will be anonymous and rolled up with the responses from others, so please give me your honest impression of my behavior and interactions with colleagues.

Soon you will receive an email from the Center for Creative Leadership with log in instructions to their online assessment system. Once you log in you will see feedback assessment surveys that I need you to complete. The surveys are easy to do. But some require more time than others and some questions may require you to spend time thinking about past situations where you’ve seen me perform as a leader. So don’t wait until the last minute to start. Getting all your questions done as soon as possible will ensure the Center for Creative Leadership has time to generate my personal feedback reports before the time limit. Because your answers are confidential I will not know when you complete the survey. Until the survey is complete, you may receive an occasional reminder email.

I’ll follow up with you after the process and I want to thank you in advance for the chance to get your feedback so that I can continue to improve in my development as a leader.

 

Sample text for Boss, Superior, and Other:

As you know I am involved in a self-improvement process. A big part of the process is learning from you through understanding how you view my performance as a leader.

Soon you will receive an email from the Center for Creative Leadership with log in instructions to their online assessment system. Once you log in you will see feedback assessment surveys that I need you to complete. The surveys are easy to do. But some require more time than others and some questions may require you to spend time thinking about past situations where you’ve seen me perform as a leader. Getting all your questions done as soon as possible will ensure the Center for Creative Leadership has time to generate my personal feedback reports before the time limit.

I’ll set up some time for us to discuss my experience after the process and I want to thank you in advance for the chance to get your feedback so that I can continue to improve in my development as a leader.


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