Employee Feedback - Page: 3

Giving and Receiving the Gift of Feedback

Feedback is how your experience can help a less experienced teammate thrive.

Jim Joseph

· 4 min read

Your Employees Aren't Really Doing Their Jobs -- How to Help

When tasks outside employees' normal workloads take up a majority of their work day, tensions can rise.

Heather R. Huhman

· 4 min read

Why Teamwork Matters at Every Level

Everyone, plus the bottom line, benefits when companies show team members how their daily work contributes to the larger whole.

Andre Lavoie

· 4 min read

5 Ways in Which You Should Let Employees Influence Your Brand

For employers, relinquishing control of the brand can be hard. But think of the upsides -- and they do exist.

Heather R. Huhman

· 5 min read

The Delicate Art of Gracefully Recovering From a Verbal Blunder

Knowing how to walk it back when the tongue slips is key to avoiding the worst consequences to career and reputation.

David Maxfield

· 5 min read

7 Tips for Delivering Negative Feedback to Employees Without Being a Jerk

Sharing the not-so-good news is easier if you have a positive working relationship with your employees.

Syed Balkhi

· 7 min read

5 Fatal Feedback Flaws You Must Fix

Avoid these mistakes to quickly and clearly communicate to your employees.

Kate Beihl

· 5 min read

4 Steps to Keep Feedback From Being Useless

Feedback given the right way gives us actionable data that creates value and narrows business gaps.

Matthew Wride

· 6 min read

Employee Reviews Should Include the CEO

All human beings have blind spots, including founders and owners. Commit to finding yours, you may be surprised by what you discover.

Shaun Buck

· 5 min read

Employee Management: Reward the Best, Replace the Worst

Got a non-performer in your midst? Show him, or her, the door.

Joel Trammell

· 4 min read

Have You Heard? Office Gossip May Actually Be a Good Thing.

Five ways to support (healthy) gossip at your company, to encourage openness.

Heather R. Huhman

· 4 min read

4 Reasons You Should Gather Employee Feedback to Boost Your Marketing

Who knows best what's going on with your products or service? Hint: the people who work for you.

Sam Bahreini

· 4 min read