Encouraging employees to ask for feedback more often can help remove a lot of the stress and discomfort associated with traditional top-down approaches, HR Daily Community member Jan Terkelsen says.
In this week's featured post, she sets out the critical elements of a constructive feedback conversation.
Other topics this week include neuroscience and 'servant leadership' in modern workplaces, investigating bullying in high-stress workplaces, what constitutes reasonable management action, and more. Browse the posts here:
- Four ways to flip feedback for leaders and managers - Jan Terkelsen
- Insights on neuroscience and servant leadership - interview with Charles Caldwell part 2 - Catherine Gillespie
- Bullying in high stress workplaces: Can an investigation help? - Vince Scopelliti
- What is reasonable management action? Unmasking one of employment law's most misunderstood terms - Merilyn Speiser
- The one that got away: Correctional services officer reinstated following inmate escape - Shane Koelmeyer
- Are you looking to add or extract value? - Paul Mischel
- Seven common HR mistakes every business owner can avoid - Sebastian Reay
- Top 30 big data tools for data analysis - Nora Choi