Hasty, poorly-worded feedback can lead to shame and resistance. So how should you deliver nonviolent communication to get the best results?
There’s a simple way to improve employee retention and satisfaction in your org, and that’s having regular check-ins.
It’s been a productive couple of quarters (with more to come!). Here’s a round-up of spring product updates and tips to enhance your performance management process.
Think leaders don’t need to participate in their organization’s 360-degree feedback? It’s time to reconsider.
Thinking about running pulse surveys? Read these tips for getting frequent employee feedback to improve your employee experience.
Not sure how to approach your next 1:1 meeting with a remote team member? Here are three rules and 30 questions for an effective remote 1:1.
Ratings may seem like a go-to evaluation tool. But before you include them in the next performance review, consider these problems and pitfalls.
Asking for feedback might be scary at first but it’s worth the effort. Use these pointers to get the feedback you need and make it work for you.
Remote work comes with unique challenges. Ask these questions to develop (or hone) the skills necessary to thrive in a distributed team.
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.