65 percent of employees want more feedback (so why don't they get it?)
Victor Lipman writes: "One of the many reasons I like Twitter is for the unexpected bits of information it gives you about developments in your own field. That was how I felt a couple of days ago when I came across some tweets discussing how 65 percent of employees would like more feedback than they currently get. As feedback is a core element of management communication, and communication is a core element of successful management, the question naturally becomes: Why do 65 percent of employees feel shortchanged in this regard? Why is something so fundamental so often lacking?"
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