6 ways managers can give effective employee feedback

We are poor judges of ourselves. It’s true in our personal relationships, and it’s true in the workplace too. But how can we ever improve if we can’t look at our strengths and weaknesses in the eye? In the workplace, there’s a way you can help employees know where they stand — give them frequent feedback.

Regular feedback builds trust between managers and employees and enables more honest communication. Constructive feedback challenges and inspires employees to make positive changes that affect your whole team and the workplace. The ability to give effective feedback separates empathetic leaders from opportunistic managers. It’s a valuable skill all managers should cultivate if they want to have an impact on their teams.

Whether you have a lot, little, or no experience giving employee feedback, there’s always something to learn in the matter. This post shares the secrets for a successful feedback process, offering tips and concrete employee feedback examples.

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