In a workplace context, quality feedback is extremely crucial. It primarily functions as a method of strengthening communication between and among employees and the management. If well exploited, feedback acts as an instrument for facilitating a strong workplace culture governed by meaningful internal relations. Besides, quality feedback nurtures room for improved productivity and career growth. Quality feedback can be gathered through frequent formal surveys, internal suggestion mechanisms and informal means (ordinary conversations with employees). This article shares several strategies on how to make good use of feedback in the workplace.
1. Give feedback on time
Feedback is of no use if it is communicated late as it will hardly make any impact on employees. Majority of employees will not understand what it implies hence ignore it. For example, if an employee’s performance is overly poor and the matter is raised after several months, it will be irrelevant. The employee in …