12 Ways to Provide Better Feedback
Speaker: Marc Ratcliffe
From the classroom to the boardroom, feedback is a vital component of communication and effective talent development. Most people in the workplace suffer from a lack of performance feedback, yet feedback is essential in supporting candidate progress and improvement. Feedback is the cheapest, most powerful management tool that we have at our disposal. However, it is often underused, or provided in ways that are geared toward compliance, rather than meaningful performance improvement.
Effective feedback serves as a guide to assist people in understanding what is expected of them and how others perceive their performance. This webcast outlines 12 ways to provide better feedback to support candidate performance and will explain how feedback can be utilized to improve employee satisfaction and productivity.