Your people doubt their greatest strengths

Empower your employees to manage their own growth before it’s too late.

Say goodbye to weaknesses lurking in blindspots. AdviceSheet is the easiest way to gather rich feedback and advice on how you and your team can become more effective. 360 degree feedback reviews done right.

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How does it work?

Start a Review

Create a review for yourself, a colleague or a team. It only takes a few seconds to set up. You just need an email address.

Nominate Participants

Invite peers, managers, reports and others to a short reflective survey. We'll help them provide rich, meaningful feedback and advice that's purely qualitative and completely anonymous. Check in on progress, and provide subjects and their nominees with extra nudges if they need them. We'll make sure no one gets overwhelmed with reminder emails.

Discuss the Results

Reports are confidential, for the subject's eyes only. We recommend they share it with a trusted coach, colleague, or manager. Then they can have the honest conversations they most need to help them develop and grow. Answers from the surveys are anonymised, randomised and can be download as a PDF for easy reading offline.
"AdviceSheet has provided some great insight for the team and myself. Having all taken the survey, the general consensus was that we were able to learn a lot not just about ourselves personally but also how to work better as a team. The questions are thought-provoking, making you sit back and really think about your answers before submitting them – a vital part for a 360 tool."
Louise Aldous-Critchley - Partner Project Manager, Breathe
"Taking a whole slice of a service gave an additional dimension and felt like a really good alternative way of using the tool - spotting cultural patterns, etc"
Sarah Johnston - Director, RedQuadrant Consulting
“We focused on perceptions, and the constructive advice people had given in their feedback. It was a really positive experience.”
Andrea - Coach
"It is a great personal development tool for getting a better understanding of your strengths and areas for development."
Sally Drewett - Organisational Development, Bristol City Council