6 Ways To Develop A Feedback Culture In The Workplace

Without feedback, the workplace struggles. Your employees will wonder if they’re doing a great job; some may even have nightmares that you will fire them because they haven’t heard from you.

That’s why having a feedback culture in your workplace is important. By giving regular feedback, you help your people know where they stand, how they can improve, and what to do next.

But how do you create a feedback culture?

It’s not easy. However, I know you can do this. We’ll take a look at 6 ways you can encourage feedback at work.

6 Ways To Develop A Feedback Culture In The Workplace

1. Promote Openness and Honesty:

You cannot have a positive experience with feedback if you’re not honest and open about the situations in the workplace. You have to be willing to speak up when you see not only the bad but the good.

Generate More Leads for Your Business with These Tips

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Before you can start making sales, you first have to generate some leads. Generating leads brings in potential customers, who you can then move onto the sale stage to get them to spend money with your business. But if you feel like you’re not getting as many good leads as your business deserves, you need to do something about it. Not all leads are equal, so you could even be getting lots of leads that don’t really go anywhere. If you feel like your business is lacking in leads, there are some moves you can make right now to start bringing in more.

We Have To Help

I recently came across the story of Eric Kilburn Jr. He’s a great young man, by all accounts. Yet, he was in need.

His mother, Rebecca Kilburn, saw that Eric was struggling. Her 14-year-old son needed shoes. Not just any shoes but big shoes. Eric is 6’10” with size 23 feet.

He’s a monster of a young man.

Rebecca sent a call out to local and national media after she couldn’t find shoes that fit Eric. Eric had been wearing shoes that were a size too small. He couldn’t find cleats to play sports. It was frustrating to him and his family.

The media picked up on Eric’s plight. They began running news stories in various news outlets. Today, AOL, MLive, and other news outlets knew this would be a story that had to be told.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Shazam! Fury Of The Gods

A Reel Leadership Article

My latest book, Reel Leadership, is now available on Amazon. If you love movies and leadership, you will love this book.

The much-anticipated sequel to the 2019 film Shazam! opened recently. Shazam! Fury Of The Gods brings just as much fun to the theaters as the original film. The film continues Billy Batson’s (Asher Angel) journey as the boy who says SHAZAM! and is turned into a superhero (Zachary Levi).

Critics have panned the movie. I think they don’t understand the point of film at times. Sure, Reel Leadership looks at the leadership aspect of movies, but movies can also entertain. They take us to a place we couldn’t go to before. Shazam! Fury Of The Gods brings us a lot of fun, laughs, and smiles throughout.

Go into the movie expecting to have fun, and you will. You can also go to the movie expecting to come out a better leader.

The 3 Main Principles Of Servant Leadership

Servant leadership originated with Robert K. Greenleaf. He wrote an essay titled “The Servant as Leader,” in which he laid out his thoughts on leadership.

His thoughts were new for the time. They’re still valid today, in my opinion.

In this article, I want to look at the principles Greenleaf laid out as he promoted the concept of servant leadership. These 3 principles will help you become a better, more servant-minded leader.

A man praying over another man at a conference

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The 3 Main Principles Of Servant Leadership

In his essay, Greenleaf mentioned 3 items that stuck out to me. They are that servant leaders listen, have empathy, and their role is more in line with a facilitator or an enabler.

These are the principles we’re going to look at in this article.

Servant Leadership Listening:

Everyone wants to believe they’re great listeners. They think they’re able to sit down, have a person explain what’s going on, and just listen.