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Managers: Seek out feedback from team members

When employees feel free to give honest feedback, leaders thrive. Managers, how do your employees feel about you? Do you know for sure? And, if so, did that information come from direct and honest feedback? Becoming better at seeking out … Continue reading

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Why feedback from leaders is important – the good and bad alike

Whether the news is good or bad, managers need to open up and give employees feedback. One of a leader’s most important duties is providing feedback. Leading a team becomes harder if workers can’t get a read on whether their current efforts … Continue reading

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The benefits of positive discipline

Why is positive discipline an effective form of workplace communication? Positive discipline enables appropriate behaviors and practices by encouraging effective participation and understanding. Enabling positive discipline in a workplace begins with outlining clear protocols and ethical guidelines all employees must follow. … Continue reading

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5 better ways to accept workplace feedback

Receiving feedback at work is vital to the employer-employee relationship. Nobody likes their work to be critiqued, especially if it’s negative. But knowing and understanding mistakes can create a better work ethic and overall workplace environment. If you have recently … Continue reading

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5 ways to ace your first performance review

The first performance review can seem daunting. You’re new to the job, but you’ve been trained in all or most employee development sectors. It’s a time to display what you know and what you are doing well. However, it is … Continue reading

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