News and Articles About Feedback
People need our feedback to grow into their best selves, but if it's not given in the correct manner, it can be meaningless and/or destructive.
The fact that it's such a popular element of Facebook's functionality goes a long way in showing how important it is, both for the people clicking the button, and those on the receiving end.
It's a delicate dance where strategy is everything.
When you are challenged to rethink how you do what you do, view it as a blessing.
From brand building to a constant feedback loop, bloggers can teach executives and entrepreneurs a lot about growing a brand.
While qll entrepreneurs know that customer insights are invaluable to product design and continued improvement, acquiring and organizing useful feedback is easier said than done.
No matter how great the concept, you need real-world feedback to see if your startup will fly. Here's how to get it.
The Ethics Coach handles tackles two big questions: how to deal with employees who resist feedback and how to create a 'mutually beneficial' internship program.
Here's why I think having a business coach is invaluable for any entrepreneur.
Employees are happier and more productive when they interact more. Leaders can leverage this by setting the stage for constructive interactions.
Managers should regularly solicit and welcome recommendations, suggestions and input about company processes.
Friends and colleagues will be politely reluctant to tell you your product has problems, unless you ask in a way that makes it safe to be honest.