- Workplace feedback is simply defined as a process of giving constructive suggestions by supervisors, reporting managers as well as peers aimed at improving performance, reinforcing good behavior and improving employees’ morale and dedication to doing their jobs. The mistake that most managers make is not to provide enough feedback because they are afraid of losing the employee and making it all about the negative attributes of the worker and forgetting to provide praise where it is due. Open Sourced Workplace
- Workplace Feedback means sharing information with coworkers about the impact their behavior on the team’s results, process, or relationships. It can be shared up or down the reporting ladder, as well as laterally, to peers- InteractionAssociates
- Workplace feedback is the information sent to an entity (individual or a group) about its prior behavior so that the entity may adjust its current and future behavior to achieve the desired result- BusinessDictionary
- Workplace feedback is not only inexpensive, influential and authoritative but also the widely used management device that professionals have at disposal. Workplace feedback provides guidance to people and also shows how their colleagues perceive their performance. It fosters resilient connections with employee fulfillment and thereby directly proportional to productivity- Wisestep
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