by Jack Zenger
I hear employees say they wish they received more feedback from their bosses. And the fact is that when they do, their productivity and performance seem to increase.
Why is employer-to-in such short supply? The answer is simple: Managers consistently rank “feedback” among their most difficult duties.
So the question is: What can be done to create a feedback-rich environment at your organization? Here are three simple things an organization can do that will help employees, improve productivity and bolster business:
1. Encourage employees to ask for feedback. Those who seek feedback get more of it. Managers feel more comfortable giving it.
Tip: HR pros can lead the charge on this. If you hear employees complaining that they don’t get enough feedback, send them a gentle reminder that they should try asking for it. Have your boss encourage feedback seeking. Bring it up at new employee orientation...(register to read more)
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