Providing Performance Feedback
Most employees want feedback about their work and strive to improve workplace performance. You know what it takes to achieve results. After all, your success got you a leadership position. Providing high-quality performance feedback to your team members gives them the information they need to succeed.
As a manager and team leader, you are aware of your team members’ performance, and uniquely positioned to provide effective feedback after developing performance goals. You must be able to establish a process that helps improve workplace performance while maintaining strong relationships within the team. Whether given formally during a performance review or informally during a one-on-one meeting, clear and actionable feedback helps to ensure that employee performance improvement goals are reached.
The Vital Learning Providing Performance Feedback™ course equips supervisors, team leaders and managers with a fair and fact-based, collaborative model for feedback sessions. This model helps reduce discomfort and improves the payoff from challenging feedback discussions between a manager and team member. Effective performance feedback is highly collaborative; when team members agree to the process, they are committed to employee performance improvement and work to produce great results.
- Develop a collaborative feedback process
- Get team members’ buy-in
- Implement a systematic approach to performance improvement