Giving performance feedback helps guide teams to better project delivery. According to June Bolneo, Global Partnership Lead of Grow Remote and Co-founder of WorkRemote, the key is to make the feedback consistent and part of the routine. Creating the environment for your team to perform well helps the team experience fewer roadblocks.
Hear from Dr. Amy about:
1. How to create a routine to give feedback and evaluate employees
2. How to help employees be comfortable with the feedback
3. How to create an environment for your team to perform well
About the Author
Biana Kovic, MS, BA is the Executive Director, NY of the Artistic Dreams International Inc., the Executive Director of the National Association of Women Artists, NLP coach, and the producer/host of the Leadership with Biana Kovic Show.
Biana holds MS in Educational Psychology and Methodology from University at Albany, SUNY; BA in Music from the University of Musical Arts in Belgrade, Serbia; and a Master Certificate in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming).