After we have gathered data, it’s important to close the feedback loop and share the results with our organization’s stakeholders, such as employees and the community. Conversations with stakeholders around the data provide opportunities to gain additional information and identify wins, gaps, and possible strategies for reducing gaps.
The Silent CommunicationCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
The most important part of communication is hearing what isn’t being said. During conversations, pay close attention to what...
Clarify CommunicationCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
To be clear you received accurate information, always communicate back what you heard.
Use Feedback to MotivateCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Many individuals crave feedback at work. It lets us know we’re on the right track, and reveals areas for...
Respond ProactivelyCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Identify changes that could occur in your organization’s near future and create a plan for how you’d quickly respond...
Initiating ChangeCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
When communicating any organization goals or changes start with explaining the reason why it is necessary. Make changes only after you...
Communicate Your SuperpowersCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Spend time as a team discussing each individual’s strengths and natural communication tendencies. To build stronger work relationships, make...
The Power of SilenceCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Silent feedback may seem like an oxymoron, but it can be a powerful tool for collective brainstorming and reflection....