Sahra Kaboli-Nejad, Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp
One of the top drivers of employee engagement and retention is access to continuous learning and development, but this requires quality feedback that includes a plan for improvement and achievement. The trouble? It can be awkward or uncomfortable to give this kind of negative feedback to others, and recipients are often resistant to hearing it.
This session will highlight the hurdles to delivering negative feedback, and show ways in which successful organizations leverage its power to motivate performance and engagement.
Join us to learn:
- The hurdles to delivering negative feedback
- How companies have found success with frequent feedback
- How performance feedback can be used to motivate good performance and increase engagement
- How continuous learning and development impacts employee engagement and retention