In organisations where feedback is actively sought, given and received by all people, you’ll witness a stronger commitment to delivering on performance objectives – and a desire to do better.
They’ll be fewer of those difficult performance conversations to be had and performance gaps will be addressed more quickly – and with minimal intervention from HR.
With a feedback-friendly culture, you’ll witness a more adaptive and responsive workforce where feedback conversations flow across the organisation as part of daily working life. Performance conversations will have more focus and be of better quality – and people will know what is expected of them. And when people know what is expected of them, they’ll achieve.
At Head Light, we know how to help an organisation develop a feedback-friendly culture. We’ve seen what works and what doesn’t.
It’s about integrating the feedback behaviours you want to see into everyday working – not just at key points in the HR calendar or when there’s a performance issue. And introducing continuous performance management.
Creating this shift in attitude certainly requires a re-think and a re-positioning of what feedback means – and a strong commitment to making it happen from the senior team. But to embed it firmly requires the right tools to support this new day-to-day behaviour.
Create a feedback friendly culture
You’ll need somewhere to capture the feedback, some way to ask for feedback, and a mechanism for collating and tracking this.
And we’re with you every step of the way as to introduce these new tools: we know the importance of getting it right when you introduce new software and processes.
If you are ready to build a feedback-friendly culture, please get in touch.
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