3 Steps to Improve Employee Feedback

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A recent blog post from Select International, a healthcare employees assessment firm, identifies steps organizations can take to improve their employee feedback systems.

The post, authored by Select International consultant Alissa Parr, PhD, says one big myth of employee feedback systems is that all supervisors want to give feedback and all subordinates want to receive it.

The reality is some supervisors are hesitant to provide feedback, while some subordinates feel the same hesitation about hearing this information from their supervisors.

Dr. Parr said organizations should (1) establish a feedback environment, (2) focus on feedback content and (3) consider feedback delivery. To read more about these best practices, read the complete blog post.

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