Articles Tagged With feedback
Putting continuous career progression into practice
Continuous career progression is a strategic imperative for organizations seeking to attract and retain top talent, boost employee satisfaction and drive organizational success.
The future of the performance review: Continuous 1:1 feedback
Here are 8 strategies for effective 1:1s that position managers as trusted mentors who create confident, innovative teams – and in so doing remove the dread of the annual performance review.
Feedback: The workplace equivalent of forcing your kids to eat vegetables
Feedback should be presented in a way that brings out the best of the situation and makes it more consumable for employees.
When resistance to change is an enabler to change
Resistance to change should be considered as enabler to change rather than inhibitor to it if explored in the right way.
Follow these 4 practices for advancing female talent
Being a catalyst for the advancement of female talent must now be a critical component of every manager’s job description.
Let’s change the underlying philosophy and pattern of feedback
Do you want to create a culture that encourages extreme levels of candor, or do you heed the warnings of those who contend that feedback is a fallacy?
How you get feedback from learners is changing fundamentally
When asking learners for feedback, says General Motors' Chris Bower, the idea is not just to focus on the content, but on your learners' context.
Giving Managers Feedback on Feedback
Feedback is a crucial part of employee growth. Dishing it out is not always easy for leaders but here’s how CLOs can help.
Going the Distance
Whether using a talent management platform or old-fashioned index cards, the planning process is fundamental to performance.
Backing Up Feedback
Feedback has become a bit of a buzzword in the business world today and for good reason. Providing candid information leads to true learning and growth.
Managers, Get Ready for Ongoing Performance Conversations
Employees want a coach, not a boss.
Employees are Uninspired by Traditional Performance Management Approaches
If companies haven’t revisited how they manage employee performance, it’s high-time they do.
Do Your Employees Know Where They Stand?
Not as much as learning leaders would want.
The Sounds of Music Offer A Lesson in Learning
A feedback culture helps both employees and organizations reach their objectives.