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A strong feedback culture makes employees feel valued as they are contributing to the organizational culture and growth. Such a positive and transparent work environment allows them to work harder and improves the general morale of the organization.
Let us discuss some strategies to build a comprehensive feedback system
“It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout.”Merry Joe
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According to Forbes, four out of 10 workers are actively disengaged when they get little or no feedback. So the responsibility is on the leaders to take the first step and start recognizing the employee’s work with a consistent feedback routine.
This inturn will make the employees feel comfortable offering their opinions thereby forming an honest feedback system.
92% of respondents agreed with the assertion, “Negative feedback if delivered appropriately, is effective at improving performance.”
Train your employees to offer constructive feedback. Negative feedback proves to be a great mental exercise as unaired negativity builds up and often leads to stress. Whereas constructive feedback allows your workforce to work better.
The organization must be equipped with multiple platforms to gather feedback as one-on-one or team meetings may not be comfortable for everyone. The feedback system must be a combination of surveys, online feedback platforms, formal, and informal meetings.Also, the option to provide anonymous feedback can help you gather meaningful and honest feedback