PeopleGoal's Reports module contains a suite of automatically generated reports to help you analyze your performance data. All reports are generated live so you're always looking at the most accurate, up to date information. We've outlined some of the key reports below.

Performance Heatmap

The performance heatmap is a realtime summary of all your performance metrics in one place. It's the go-to report when you have a 1:1 with your manager or to get a general overview of your performance.

The report is broken down into three sections:

  • A traffic light dashboard of key metrics

  • A summary of your goal progress

  • A summary of your feedback

  • A summary of recognition received

  • Your current review score

Performance heatmaps for your direct reports
As a manager or an administrator, you can also see the performance heatmaps for your team members. These are great for when you want a quick check-in on your direct reports' overall performance, to see where there are gaps and where a team member may need some help.

Feedback Grid

The feedback grid allows you to map out the two key dimensions of feedback on PeopleGoal - your performance and your potential. Both are rated on a scale of 1-5 so the feedback grid is a 25 (5x5) square based on the average from these two dimensions. This will pull all of the 360 feedback ratings given for a user so you have a holistic view of their Performance vs. Potential throughout.

Top performers appear in the top right hand quadrant; poor performers appear in the bottom left. To use this report you'll need to have both rating sets switched on in the Feedback settings.

Goal completion

The goal completion report is a company-wide representation of progress against goals. It maps out (by month) the number of goals that were set to be achieved vs. the number of goals that have actually been achieved. This is a way for management to see at a high level how the company is progressing with its goals.

When the green area is closer to the blue area your company is hitting more of its targets. When these two areas start to diverge you can recognise performance issues. If you want to drill deeper down to find out where these issues arise you should look next at the Company objectives performance report; this expands upon the graph with more detail for individuals and teams/departments.

Company objectives performance

The Company objectives performance report is a detailed view of department, team and individual goal progress aligned to the Business objectives. Each Company objective (or sub-objective) is shown as a count of all goals aligned, broken down by the goal status flag. This gives you a top-down view of how everyone contributes to your Company objectives, those that are going to plan and those that need support.

For each Company objective you can view more goal details and see all support goals. Clicking 'Show details' will give you the full goal view split by status flag, so you can easily drill down on whether it's a department, team or individual goal that needs intervention.

Goal alignment report

The goal alignment report is a pie graph representing your contribution to the company objectives. It shows how individuals spread their individual goals out against the company objectives so that you can assess if the employee is setting a balanced set of goals or focusing too much on one specific area. The same applies for teams and departments as a whole, which you can access using the relevant filter.

Recognition report

The recognition report shows all social recognition given during the performance cycle. The report shows the recognition recipient and provider, type of recognition given and date. This is great if you're running any recognition rewards internally, or just if you want to call out the most recognized colleague in a year!

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