Creating An Empathetic Work Culture
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Feedback gets a bad rap. But you know what? Feedback can be really helpful with your team, your business, or whatever it is that you’re doing. IF you do it the right way.
As a TV producer for many years, we used feedback after every single thing we did. We had a postmortem discussion after every show. We discussed what went well, what did not go well, and what can change (or should stay the same) in the future. And then we incorporated that feedback immediately.
I know not every business can work that way, but it is important to figure out how feedback is going to function at your company so your product is at its best, your team feels involved and the environment feels open and friendly.
Here are my top three tips for making feedback better for employers and employees.