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Post date: October 1, 2020
If you want to have a great culture, you need to ask your employees—often—for their opinions. What’s going right? What could be better? Regular feedback is essential for keeping your culture strong and for keeping employees engaged and happy. This is doubly true for virtual businesses, where...
Post date: April 16, 2019
Feedback has been getting a fair share of bad press lately. However, in my opinion, detractors are conflating feedback (which is a good thing) with how it is delivered (which leaves much room for improvement).  Feedback is at the crux of the scientific method and is at the heart of all kinds of...
Post date: September 9, 2015
Top performers are always making it to the top because they are consistent in making their best even better. They are believers of continuous improvement. Leadership guru Ken Blanchard has rightly said that, "feedback is the breakfast of champions." It's a pragmatic mantra that works in every...
Post date: June 25, 2019
Knowing how well you are performing at work is often difficult. To accurately assess your own performance, you typically need information from others, information which is not often voluntarily provided. Because of this, academics and practitioners advise employees and managers to seek feedback...
Post date: May 2, 2019
How do you create a real culture of feedback? The engagement and feedback tools now on the market give employees many ways to express their opinions. But is all this feedback leading to action? First, we do want employees to feel safe and comfortable talking about what’s on their minds. The growth...
Post date: October 13, 2020
Treating employees fairly is an important but vexing issue in organizations. Employees who feel fairly treated are better performers, more helpful colleagues, more committed to their workgroups, more likely to act with integrity and treat others with greater civility.  Yet, despite recognizing the...