Feedback is Not the Enemy
How do you facilitate meaningful feedback conversations?
‟ Whether you choose to eliminate rankings or not, this guide includes questions designed to take your organization through the journey of repositioning and redefining your performance management framework.”
- Petter Andersson, Global HR Executive
At many companies, feedback is only delivered in two scenarios: when managers need to take disciplinary action to correct a problem, or during the annual employee review. Because of this, feedback and annual reviews are often received poorly by employees — feedback is one-sided, perceived as a criticism, and delivered as a look back rather than a look forward.
Winning teams are propelled by using feedback to foster communication, collaboration, and innovation — and it’s important that these come from all directions.
Download this guide to create an “always on” feedback culture with:
- Four tactics necessary for an organization to embrace a feedback culture and peer-to-peer feedback
- A strategy to define the feedback that will work best for your company
- Best practices and different types of feedback
Create an “always on” feedback culture