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Multi-Source Feedback Can Work If You Train It

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet.” Such is also true with multi-source feedback, a method of gaining a broad view of individual performance, which is also known as...
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It Takes An ‘Awakening’ Before a Feedback Culture Can Flourish

Implementing a culture of feedback from scratch at a company is no simple task, especially if it hasn’t historically been a part of the company’s values. Too many times, managers and HR teams view feedback as a way to critique...
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Are You Bike-Shedding Your Feedback?

Bike-shedding refers to the act of spending lots of time on unimportant details while leaving crucial matters unattended. The term traces back to 1955 article in The Economist by C. Northcote Parkinson, a British naval historian and author. “