Nurturing an organisation culture of feedback transcends appraisal feedback sessions. An industry veteran’s narrative on feedback and how it is more than what meets the eye.
The best ideas come out when we interact and brainstorm with each other. To facilitate this spontaneity, it is important to work towards creating a culture of openness.
In 2013, Microsoft Chief People Officer Kathleen Hogan claimed to have quashed its earlier "stack-ranking" system and moved on to a series of employee connect or feedback sessions. Managers now have to emphasize on providing learning, development and collaboration opportunities to employees - over and above performance metrics.
Thus, the need to continuously learn, and work towards excellence is important from both the individual and the organization while implementing feedback. Learning from past mistakes, spending time for introspection, and delivering better experiences has hence has become a tool that contributes to new ideas.
In this guide, we look into how nurturing an organisational culture of feedback transcends appraisal feedback sessions. This is an industry veteran’s narrative on feedback and how it is more than what meets the eye.
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