As we approach performance review season, many individuals across the federal sector are anticipating how they will be rated for their work during the last calendar year. This can be a time of both great excitement and anxiety. Some expect to receive many compliments for the work they have done, while others are uneasy aboutRead… Read more »
Posts Tagged: feedback
Here are four tips to try out the next time you have to offer some feedback to a coworker
Step in, fully, to your new position on the team combining your subject matter expertise and experience with the innate perspective that comes with being the current resident learner. You were hired for this position and, in the moment, that includes your newness.
Whether you’re in a supervisory position or an entry-level one, understanding how to give and receive feedback is an important part of doing your job well.
The ability to give good feedback is an art. Many of us struggle with it. Following a few key tips can greatly boost the effectiveness of your feedback.
Negative feedback is hard to swallow when you’re fighting for an idea, but sometimes taking a moment to be introspective is more helpful in the long run.
The first known use of feedback was in describing a mechanical process. It has evolved to be something that affects people’s morale, their relationships and even an organization’s bottom line. This article takes a look at how to give better feedback and take it.
Do you feel like you’ve hit a plateau at work? Are you feeling stuck? Here are six ways to sharpen your professional skills and get unstuck.
Sometimes the best way to find out how you’re coming across to other people is simply to ask other people how you’re coming across to them.
Feedback is often difficult to give, and even more difficult to receive. If we can try to give and receive feedback as a gift, we may all come to benefit from the learning and self-awareness it offers.