As we enter into a new development phase, companies are being encouraged to find a budget for Learning and development, especially now that significant competitors are setting yearly KPIs and benchmarks based on company improvement and growth.
No one likes to be criticised, no matter how well the intention. But most people find it just as difficult to give quality feedback without overly focusing on the negative. That can backfire and create more tension in the workplace. A transparent feedback process ensures that those negative voices don’t drown out the constructive message. Here’s what to keep in…