Thanks Dana Theus for featuring my post, How to Give Feedback by Asking Questions, on your EQ at work channel.
Have you seen headlines like these? “5 ways to boost employee engagement with video.” “Want increased employee engagement? Incentives and recognition are the way to go.” “Struggling to find the time for employee engagement? Our e-learning technology preserves your time as a leader and increases employee engagement by 50%.” There’s a place for videos, recognition […]
It’s disappointing (to say the least) when your manager doesn’t make you a priority. They say one thing and do another. When you need them, they don’t show up. You can work around this though and keep your performance high. You may need help with prioritization, advice about a sticky situation, support for a decision, […]
Forbes, July 6, 2016: “Performance feedback is something everyone gets nervous about —leaders and team members alike. Often, this is because leaders don’t communicate well enough or put enough time or energy into making the review useful to everyone. However, the process doesn’t have to be uncomfortable. Providing feedback to others is a skill that requires […]
Forbes, May 5, 2016: “It’s not always easy to ask for employee feedback, especially if you don’t have an effective method for doing so. If your voice says one thing, but your body language says the opposite, for instance, employees may not be inclined to be honest with you. Most employees want to be heard. […]