A work culture that encourages feedback can improve performance and give people an opportunity to address problems before they get worse, writes Matias Rodsevich of Impraise. "By implementing an easy and structured way to request feedback when it matters most, you are actively putting people in the driver's seat of their development instead of having to constantly initiate the process," Rodsevich writes.
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