Providing employee feedback can seem daunting, especially if it is constructive feedback or feedback about a task that may not have gone smoothly. While the feedback itself is important, the way feedback is provided is just as, if not more, important. When thinking about it from the employee's point of view, which would you rather receive: negative and criticizing responses to something you have worked on or professional and positive ideas for improvement? The infographic below goes over some of the basic dos and don'ts of providing feedback to employees.
LightWork Software takes the guesswork out of Performance Management by providing templates and other great features to make providing feedback simple and easy. LightWork Performance Management provides a powerful and flexible platform that allows companies to facilitate an effective performance management process. Its configurable workflow and intuitive interface contain easily modified appraisals to help you provide valuable feedback to your employees in a thoughtful and efficient way. With LightWork, it’s easy to identify strengths and areas for improvement in your workforce. Check out the Performance Management page to learn more, or schedule a demo!
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