Peer coaching can help you drive performance, boost employee engagement and develop future leaders. Check out the 5 benefits of peer coaching:
In an interview with Oscar Zoeteweij, former F16 Fighter Pilot for the Netherlands, he revealed seven essentials we should all learn about sharing great feedback.
Find out how Impraise can help you improve your leadership skills and communication flows within your team!
Worried sharing feedback with a tool will lose the personal touch you get when giving feedback face-to-face? Rather than replacing face-to-face feedback, our goal with Impraise is to enhance the interactions already taking place in your organization. Here are 6 ways Impraise can help you get more out of feedback:
Many employees mistakenly see feedback simply as the company’s way of assessing who gets a raise, a promotion or who gets fired1. You may have noticed that this mindset can elicit different reactions in your team members.
It’s essential that new and experienced managers alike learn exactly how to give advice that fuels self-motivation, rather than blowing it out. Here are seven tips to keep in mind...
With 360-degree feedback on the rise, it’s likely you’re receiving upward feedback from your team. Whilst we previously shared our knowledge on gaining feedback, your personality will impact how you go about this...
Studies being conducted within the gaming world are providing new insights into how toxic behavior can impact teams. Read more about what these companies are doing to promote better feedback behaviors online and what managers can learn from virtual teams.
Do feedback tools actually disrupt communication flows in the office, rather than improve them? As with all new technology, the benefits can be significant when integrated in a way that strengthens your current process.
By now, you’re probably familiar with the term 360-degree feedback...now to find out how it can benefit you and your team.
Adding real-time feedback to the equation can support and strengthen your performance management process in several ways:
One of the most important steps to creating a feedback culture is training leaders on how to give and receive feedback effectively. As your company’s role models, leaders play a key role in introducing and diffusing new norms in the workplace. Help your managers make the most out of leadership training with this key ingridient.
Most people have difficulties receiving feedback well. For others, the only thing worse than receiving constructive feedback is giving it. Even if we know feedback is good for us, what’s holding you back from accepting and sharing it with others? The answers might all be in your head.
Recognizing your colleagues’ achievements with positive feedback can be a great way to promote a harmonious atmosphere in the workplace. If given correctly, it can help you encourage positive behavior, show appreciation and develop better relations