A Feedback Exercise For Teams That Gets Results

Posted by Ash Wall on Mar 31, 2016 9:53:42 AM


"Too many of us go through our workday avoiding feedback conversations, or anxiously preparing to give someone feedback only to stumble through it to little effect. The giver doesn’t feel heard and the receiver is not quite sure what they heard – or what to do with it. In our extensive research and work with all types of teams and organizations, we’ve seen that for feedback to be effective and constructive we need to think about it differently – as a two-way street."

That is an excerpt from the latest LinkedIn post by Lou Bergholz on a feedback exercise for your team that really works. Part of Lou's role is to translate the latest data and trends in workplace learning and synthesize them into actionable workshops and other client engagements.

Read the post here and check out some of Lou's other work on our blog here.

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Topics: Organizational Culture, Feedback