How To: Give Feedback

Posted in : How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon on 15 June 2020
Dr. Gerry McMahon
Productive Personnel Ltd
Issues covered: Performance Management; Unfair Dismissal; Remote Working; Policies and Procedures

With Covid-19 stoking fear, anxiety and stress for many employees, there’s no better time to take stock of how best to ‘give feedback’. Effective feedback is central to the process of helping people cope with the current crisis – both for those working ‘on-site’ and especially those working remotely.  Indeed, it is the most effective way for employees to learn about themselves and the effect their behaviour has on others. On receipt of such feedback one can assess its value and the consequences of ignoring or acting upon it.  But the bottom line is that if one is not open to feedback and/or does not receive it, one’s scope for development is severely restricted.

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Dr. Gerry McMahon
Productive Personnel Ltd

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