How will feedback help me improve?
In this video, Robin explains after feedback is collected, its important to review the results and analyze the differences in the way we are actually perceived and the way we think we are being perceived. Learning more about our strengths and weaknesses provides us room to develop into better professionals and coworkers.
What Do They Really Think?
We all like to think we have a good idea of how others perceive our actions and behaviors. Surprisingly, we aren't as good at predicting how our coworkers see us as we think we are. Collecting feedback from a variety of levels provides essential information for self-reflection and improvement at work.
How do I know which actions to prioritize?
Asking for feedback provides a model of leading with humility and striking a learner stance. The quantity and content of feedback can be overwhelming. It's important to use feedback to prioritize effective actions and build a trusting relationship and strong culture.
Harness the Power of Feedback
The better we communicate results, the greater opportunity we have to create a team approach to problem solving. We train leaders to share results with employees, celebrate the wins, and ask for input on ways to improve. The Survey Results Rollout process teaches leaders to develop key words and actions for facilitating a Survey Results Rollout meeting with their team.