The Feedback Imperative: How to Give Everyday Feedback to Speed Up Your Team's Success (英語) ペーパーバック – 2014/6/17
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The Feedback Imperative: How to Give Everyday Feedback to Speed Up Your Team's Success reveals the hidden reasons why giving feedback to employees can be so difficult and yet so urgently needed in today's workplace, and provides the definitive steps for overcoming feedback avoidance and taking great leaps forward with employee engagement, retention, and performance.
Anna Carroll applies her extensive research and expertise in business consulting and psychology to illustrate how brain science, generational trends, our information economy, limiting beliefs, and organizational culture collide in the new workplace, creating a huge gap between the supply and demand of helpful professional feedback. In her "Seven Steps to Everyday Feedback" and sixteen tools for self-assessment and planning, Carroll provides detailed instructions for leaders to execute a feedback turnaround that will quench their team members' thirst for helpful feedback and build a culture in which employee-to-leader and peer-to-peer feedback are welcome as well.
Anna Carroll, MSSW, is an organization development consultant, facilitator, coach, and speaker. Through her practice, Interaction Design, Inc., she has designed and led training and group planning experiences and has created learning tools and assessments to speed up group success with clients such as Applied Materials, Austin Regional Clinic, eBay, GE, Horseshoe Bay Resort, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Starwood Hotels, University of Texas, and Zimmer. Most recently Carroll has focused on the power of feedback loops and how leaders and team members can overcome their barriers to exchanging valuable feedback in the workplace. Her website is www.EverydayFeedback.com. She lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband Michael Wilkes.
Yes: Great content.
Yes: Effectively laid out.
Yes: Practically designed.
It is also my repeated “favorite” to take to seasonal holiday events for professional bookswaps in related industries where good use and availability of feedback is invaluable.
Once leader to employee engagement is enriched with this type of feedback, retention and performance will rise. Third, she applies her message to the C-suite. Her extensive research and expertise in business consulting and psychology brings in the latest research results on motivation, brain plasticity, generational trends, information economy, paradigms and beliefs, and organizational culture. This book helps to build the bridge between people in need of helpful professional feedback and the ones to provide that. The inclusion of a huge part on coaching introduces a second core message, I would expect in a separate book. Looking for practical tools too? These are at the close of each chapter, and on a separate website www.EverydayFeedback.com.