Giving feedback can be scary, whether you're a manager trying to deliver constructive feedback or an employee who needs to give upward feedback. But it's important that managers and employees do it, no matter how intimidating the process might be. When done well, constructive feedback and meaningful recognition help employees grow and develop their skills. These conversations also help build trust in work relationships and improve employee engagement.
Take the fear out of feedback
To help everyone in your workplace get more comfortable with employee feedback check out our eBook, How to give (and get) feedback. It outlines tips and best practices, including:
- How to give and receive constructive feedback
- How to give and receive positive feedback
- How to give upward feedback
- Handy feedback models for giving constructive and positive feedback
- Feedback dos and don'ts
The eBook also includes real-world examples that show how to initiate these kinds of performance conversations with the intent to help the recipient improve and succeed.
You'll also learn the important role recognition plays in making constructive feedback more impactful. You'll learn how to make employee recognition meaningful and get creative recognition ideas you can use to show employees they're valued.
The benefits of effective feedback
Feedback is a valuable gift - one that can help improve employee satisfaction, retention and productivity. Download this eBook to learn how continuous feedback between managers and employees can build trusted relationships and positively affect performance.
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