With the personal dashboard, you can:
- View your current survey scores.
- View your survey scores over time.
- View your comments, their acknowledgments, and conversations.
- Respond to comment replies.
- Track priorities and actions that your direct manager has set for the team.
- Compare your scores to team and/or company scores (if enabled by administrator).
|Your survey results||Your engagement scores are visible from the first survey you take part in. The score over time graph displays the last 4 surveys that you answered.
Driver scores display in these categories:
The overall score and all driver scores are subject to score aggregation, and use the same calculations as in the manager dashboard. Each driver score, including the main score, only uses scores from questions that are part of that driver. Example: The main engagement driver typically has 1-4 questions that make up the engagement score.
You can click on any driver to go to its dashboard to find out more.
|Your comments||If you’ve received a comment reply, you can respond directly from within the personal dashboard. The receiving manager can continue the conversation from within their manager dashboard. During the conversation, your identity remains confidential.
You can also initiate your own conversations on comments from the personal dashboard (currently only supported in the mobile app), if your direct manager has access to respond to comments.
If your comment received an acknowledgment, you can click the acknowledgment icon under the comment to display more information.
Opening a conversation or acknowledgment email will redirect you to your personal dashboard.
|Your team||This tab displays scores for your team and organization, and the priorities and actions from the dashboard of your direct manager.
Your team, in this context, refers to the group of employees who share a direct manager with you.
Visibility of the engagement score and the manager's ability to set priorities and actions depends on whether the dashboard has met visibility requirements.
You can click on each action to view its description, checklist, and deadline.
The personal dashboard is private to the employee, and not accessible by other users. Having a personal dashboard does not compromise confidentiality of past or future surveys. Only you can access your personal dashboard, by signing in using your credentials.
Authentication is only available when the email address that you enter on the personal dashboard sign-in page matches the email address on your employee record. When using single sign-on, the email address of your identity provider must match the email address on your employee record on Peakon.
It's also possible to set up two-factor authentication. See Setting up two-factor authentication (2FA).
When your administrator first enables the personal dashboard, you'll be able to activate it at the end of your survey. It's also possible to activate it before a survey, by signing into your Peakon account and setting up a password, if your company isn't using single sign-on. See Personal dashboard access.
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