Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the future of feedback, part of Delivering Employee Feedback.
…When I look out into the future, I see several interesting changes…headed our way, with regards to how we gather and use feedback.…For better performing organizations feedback will…increasingly become not only more common.…But far more essential.…First, feedback will become more constant and less periodic.…Today very often we gather data at set times…and exchange feedback, at a fairly small number of…set times.…This is partially explained by the fact that…we don't fully appreciate the utility of great.…
Feedback.…It's also explained by the state of our technology.…We've made great strides, for example, witness the…slick automated 360 systems utilized in many organizations.…But we have a long way to go.…In the future data collection will happen all…the time, and most of it will be automated.…Starting right now a small but…growing number of companies are using various types of electronic sensors…embedded in lanyards or office furniture for a variety of reasons.…Including tracking an employee's location, mapping out employee interaction…
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- Define feedback.
- Identify characteristics of effective feedback.
- Review the three primary types of feedback.
- Determine the right level of feedback.
- List the steps of the feedback process.
- Observe employee behavior to deliver feedback.