News and Articles About Employee Feedback
Your company grows by leaps when you get buy-in from team members and help them see their potential to lead from within.
Small Business - Big Impact
The feedback you give -- and the way you give it -- can be the difference between a project everyone loves, and a project everyone wishes had never started in the first place.
Feedback should be tailored to the individual, well thought out and delivered close to the event. Anything else will limit the motivational effect.
Flexible scheduling and open feedback loops build trust with incoming employees. Companies shouldn't be surprised if older workers appreciate those changes, too.
Unless somebody tells you what you're doing right and wrong, you're going to have a tough time deciding what to do more and what to stop doing altogether.
Feedback can motivate people and teams to move beyond the status quo, but only if it's actually delivered.
Inspiring Your Team
Hint: It's about the people, for the people, and by the people -- and you can translate the big ideas to your much smaller company.
Feedback is how your experience can help a less experienced teammate thrive.
When tasks outside employees' normal workloads take up a majority of their work day, tensions can rise.
Everyone, plus the bottom line, benefits when companies show team members how their daily work contributes to the larger whole.
For employers, relinquishing control of the brand can be hard. But think of the upsides -- and they do exist.
Learning From Mistakes
Knowing how to walk it back when the tongue slips is key to avoiding the worst consequences to career and reputation.
Sharing the not-so-good news is easier if you have a positive working relationship with your employees.
Avoid these mistakes to quickly and clearly communicate to your employees.