Microfeedback: The Future of Management
Water Cooler Wisdom
AUGUST 25, 2016
If they don’t hear from their managers frequently, they think they’re doing something wrong and quickly grow disillusioned. Nevertheless, an open door policy in which employees are invited to stop by a manager’s office for extended feedback sessions multiple times a day simply isn’t practical. Why can’t the idea of microfeedback be extended to performance management? Imagine that your direct report gives a status update in the departmental meeting for the first time.