poorly performing or mis-behaving team members. I have also facilitated more performance management related workshops than I care to remember (it will make me feel old). One thing I have learned, and the stats above confirm, is that even though a majority of managers understand on some level that they need to give feedback to their team members, half of those same managers shy well away from giving feedback, especially if it involves a difficult conversation. In short, Houston we have a problem. Read on for my top ten tips on how to give feedback.
Eons ago, back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, I released part 1 of a 3-part series on exceptional workplace culture. Mind you, whilst it feels like eons ago, it was only 3 weeks ago. Just to recap Sequence 1 was about why organisations need exceptional culture, and my research found there are 6 key ingredients [...]
An article stood out to me recently that appeared across several of my social feeds. The article was titled "Why an uninformed workplace is bad for business". The cautionary tale revolved around the bad business practices of Steve Jobs wannabe Elizabeth Holmes; so bad in fact that she has landed herself a 20-year stint in [...]