Completing the Scorecard Review is your responsibility, not your Leaders. You need to schedule and set aside time to have your review completed with 90 days of your last Scorecard Review. This means that you and your Leader need to set time aside in advance to make sure that your Scorecard is closed every 90 days.
Begin your Scorecard review by reviewing the latest version of the Scorecard Template and where applicable update your scorecard for any changes or improvements that have been made to the process.
Your Scorecard Review is an affirmation of everything discussed weekly in your One-On-Ones with your Leader. There should be no surprises or misalignments. If both you and your Leader have been communicating well over the last ninety days the Scorecard Review should be done in two iterations. If it is taking longer, or there is misalignment in the scoring and next actions it could be indicative of a communication problem that you both need to resolve in the coming quarter.
If you are scoring consistently at the C level, or there is misalignment in how you score your performance versus how your Leader scores your performance, or other mismatches in expectations, then you and your Leader need to get the performance differences addressed over the next 90 days with a Performance Improvement Plan.
Once you and your Team Leader have completed your Scorecard Review update the status of your Scorecard in the Scorecard Status Spreadsheet.
Whether you want to share the conclusions reached in your Scorecard Review with some or all members of the company is your choice. Scorecard Reviews are not published to the Company unless the person who was reviewed chooses to do so.