The idea of upward feedback, or employees giving managers feedback, is on an upward trend. And how do we know it's an upward trend? Because Google's doing it.
Google releases a 15-question/statement, mostly quantitative survey asking employees to rate their bosses. They base their questions on the eight factors they’ve seen consistently in their mostly highly effective managers — things like being a good coach, taking a personal interest, and being a good communicator and listener.
That might sound fitting for a company whose slogan is "Don't be evil", but does it make sense for everyone?