Thinking about running pulse surveys? Read these tips for getting frequent employee feedback to improve your employee experience.
If you want to grow as a professional, ask for feedback more often. It will establish trust, unveil your blind spots, and raise your effectiveness.
These phrases can help you and your colleagues avoid miscommunication and effectively combine your perspectives when discussing ideas or giving feedback.
“No, I’m good” doesn’t feel like an appropriate response to “Can I give you some feedback?” But sometimes it’s okay to decline feedback offers. Here’s how.
Your performance management approach determines what your company values and who feels valued. Here are five ways for HR leaders to embrace diversity and create an inclusive environment.
There’s a recognition gap between the rock stars and the roadies in your team. Start praising the unsung heroes to create a happy and productive team.
Raise your hand if you’ve experienced this scenario before. Your weekly 1:1 meeting has been …
Stuck in a 1:1 Meeting rut? Or just not sure what you should be asking? Jason Lauritsen is back with a guide for the questions you should be posing to your managers.
We as human beings tend to view Feedback as negative. But it’s all a matter of framing. Here are 5 tips on how to give and receive more thoughtful Feedback.
We spoke to Disqus’ Kim Rohrer about the importance of 1:1 Meetings and how building a culture of regular check-ins is important for growing companies.
HR expert Jason Lauritsen details a new approach for feedback-shy employees.
No excuses! Regular check-ins with your employees are essential to helping them realize their potential.
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