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Giving feedback to staff? You have to get it right.

Have you ever wanted to provide feedback to an employee on their performance but weren’t sure how to best tackle the conversation? Or perhaps you’ve received a complaint from a client or customer regarding an employee that you’re concerned will spark a difficult conversation?

There are many questions – and luckily, we have a guide to answer almost everything about giving feedback.

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It’s about stopping poor feedback which compound workplace problems

Failure to deliver feedback constructively and appropriately can have several adverse outcomes. This guide lists those problems, including low workplace morale, potential legal implications, and what happens when processes for feedback aren’t written down or recorded – leading to disputes over what exactly transpired.

Feedback is a good thing
Meeting with your employees regularly to discuss their performance, good, bad, or exemplary, is an important part of managing not only their learning and development but ensuring individuals know what’s expected of them. Inside this guide we share our tips with you on ways to deliver feedback.
A significant challenge can be walked-through with the small and manageable steps
In this free guide from HR Assured, we explain why feedback is an essential part of running a business and managing your workforce, why your approach to delivering feedback can make all the difference to your people and your business, how focused feedback is a good thing, and the benefits to the workplace, how to approach feedback, handling complaints, and what happens when we get feedback wrong.