The Power of Feedback Towards Heightened Productivity in the Workplace

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Positive Feedback Helps Productivity

Feedback should be given regularly to ensure that productivity in the workplace is secured.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Personal Wellbeing and Peak Human Performance.

Feedback should be given to your employees on a regular basis as it serves as a guideline on how they should handle their productivity in the workplace. This should never be neglected as it automatically commends great work and corrects those that are not delivered accordingly.

Provide Encouragement

A good pat on the back telling your employee that he has done something great may give him enough appreciation that will push him to providing intense productivity in the workplace. Feedback is necessary to push them to deliver the type of progress you are expecting from them.

Accentuate the Positive

In sending out a feedback, you should not only focus on the errors. You have to make sure that everything is balanced. Sending out negative feedback often will make your employee question his capabilities. You correct his errors, but you also need to mention the strong points he has, in order to inspire and convince him that he is capable of the job you have assigned him.

A good leader should understand how advantageous feedback is to increasing productivity in the workplace, thus, heightening the progress of the company. Be guided accordingly in sending out feedback and have all of your employees working harmoniously. Andy Core can help you learn to keep the balance between good feedback and bad feedback.

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