Download our guide of 10 Tips to Give Better Feedback Remotely
Giving feedback is a critical skill for leaders to learn. It isn’t just a tick-box exercise to do once a year but rather an ongoing opportunity to engage with your employees. This is especially important as we continue in our remote and hybrid work environments.
You no longer have the office to pick up on nonverbal cues and notice if someone is a bit off from their usual bubbly, bright self. We are not sharing as much of our personal lives over Zoom or Slack (besides the background of our homes!), so you may not be aware that one of your staff is going through a divorce or that their dog just passed away. Making regular feedback and check-ins in a remote context an especially important part of your role as a leader now.
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