Feedback should be monthly not yearly
You need feedback to learn and grow, and if you’re waiting for your annual review to find out how you’re doing, you are not setup for success.
Ideally, you want to hear feedback from your current peers once a month. You want to avoid hearing feedback from the same peer on a weekly basis as it could cause information overload and not give you the proper time to think over the feedback and take action.
Seeking feedback demonstrates to your peers that you are taking the initiative, and that you want to grow.
Research has shown that people who hear feedback on a monthly interval adapt more quickly and get higher performance ratings than their peers.