Leaders who seek feedback from employees tend to treat them more fairly, write researchers Elad Sherf, Ravi Gajendran and Barry Posner. "Our thesis was that by soliciting feedback about their behaviors and actions, leaders signal their openness and willingness to engage with critiques of their own performance," they write.
Study: Feedback helps leaders treat employees fairly
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