I was a very late adopter to adopting a work from home culture in my last company. Here’s how I came around, and a few guidelines that worked well for us as we fully embraced a remote workforce.
I’ve given feedback that landed perfectly and was received well. But I’ve also botched the delivery more times than I care to think about.
Feedback is important. How it’s delivered, how it’s received, how it’s acted on and how it’s followed up on all matters. It’s a key skill of a great leader.There are three questions I ask myself that help me get it right.
Is it true? Is it necessary? Is it kind? A manager’s framework for providing feedback the right way.
The first time I heard about Glassdoor was at one of our company happy hours, probably in 2012. Our Boston team was in town, and we took the entire company, then about 40-ish people in total, out for a private happy hour at a local bar. Looking back, this moment marked a loss of innocence for me.