One key way of ensuring your team members have the tools and knowledge to do their jobs to the best of their abilities is to provide them with plenty of feedback. But between busy schedules and stressful projects, leaders may think it too difficult to find the time. So while many employees may be eager to receive more feedback from their leadership, companies aren’t necessarily providing it.
However, giving honest, constructive feedback or praise doesn’t have to take up a lot of time—nor be relegated to once-a-year performance reviews. Here, eight members of Young Entrepreneur Council discuss specific ways managers can create more opportunities for feedback during their employees’ workdays and why these methods are so effective.
1. Address Something The Moment It Happens
It sounds simplistic, but if you see something, say something. It takes less than two minutes to give someone public praise on