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Why a feedback culture will transform your business

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</b></div></div> Abstract Purpose: – Establishing a feedback culture can transform a business but only if feedback is defined in the right way and given and received constructively in pursuit of individual, team and company goals. CitationsCitations0ReferencesReferences0 Data provided are for informational purposes only. This publication is from a journal that may support self archiving.

Learn more An error occurred while rendering template. rgreq-fc8063b011991cf3ae437093ae83b308 false. How to Make People Happier at Work: Stop Talking About Happiness So Much. How to Manage Managers. When you’re managing managers, your responsibilities are two-fold: you need to make sure they’re producing good work (as with any employee) and that they’re effectively supporting their teams.

How to Manage Managers

You might know how to do the former, but how do you do the latter? Do you need to provide training? Coaching? And how do you serve as a good role model? What the Experts Say In some ways, managing managers is similar to managing anyone else — you need to align their goals with yours, provide feedback, and help them advance their careers, says Sydney Finkelstein, professor at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business and author of Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Manage the Flow of Talent. Model the right behavior Finkelstein’s research with protégés of superbosses revealed a common theme: people learn how to lead from their bosses.

Compliment them in public The people who report to your direct reports look to you for clues as to how they should feel about their managers. #WorkTrends Preview: Meaningful Communication's Impact on Happiness and Morale. Meaningful communication has a dramatic impact on happiness and morale in all facets of life.

#WorkTrends Preview: Meaningful Communication's Impact on Happiness and Morale

Join us for this #WorkTrends podcast and Twitter chat as our guest Mike Lindstrom discusses some powerful communication tips and tools to help you better understand the impact of your words on others. We will also cover why engaging people around you on a deeper level actually triggers happiness in the brain and creates a strong rapport. Get out of your own way and join us to discuss this very important topic with Host Meghan M. Biro and Guest Mike Lindstrom on 8/31 at 1pm ET. Meaningful Communication’s Impact on Happiness and Morale Tune in to our LIVE online podcast Wednesday, Aug 31 — 1 pm ET / 10 am PT Join TalentCulture #WorkTrends Host Meghan M. #WorkTrends on Twitter — Wednesday, Aug 31 — 1:30 pm ET / 10:30 am PT Immediately following the podcast, the team invites the TalentCulture community over to the #WorkTrends Twitter stream to continue the discussion. Q1. Q2. Q3. Help Your Employees Be Themselves at Work.

How can managers create workplace environments where people feel comfortable being themselves?

Help Your Employees Be Themselves at Work

Research has shown that hiding our true identities can cripple professional performance. For instance, closeted LGBT employees feel much more isolated at work than their openly gay peers, and 52% of closeted employees feel their careers have stagnated, compared to just over a third of their out colleagues. “This appears to be the case largely because closeted workers suffer anxiety about how colleagues and managers might judge them,” write study authors Sylvia Ann Hewlett and Karen Sumberg, “and expend enormous effort concealing their orientation, which leaves them less energy for actual work.” But this isn’t just an issue for LGBT professionals. Enabling employees to feel comfortable being themselves could unlock dramatic performance gains because they can focus their attention on work, rather than hiding parts of themselves.

Shift the language. Share your story. Embrace analytics.