Researchers study how feedback about leadership potential affects employee performance and ambition, and make recommendations for organizations.
What is the role of emotion in the workplace? Of course, at the time of publication, our workplaces are not yet staffed entirely by robots, so emotion will probably play at least a minor role. But have you considered how leaders can harness the power of emotion to help productively influence their employees? Once again, new research shows the way!
Feedback in the workplace is essential for employee development and advancement. A new study suggests that creating a feedback-friendly culture can help boost employee performance and improve the company’s overall well-being. It also offers tips for how leaders can create a feedback-friendly culture.
Schools have adopted a zero-tolerance policy towards bullying. But what about bullying in the workplace? A new study on abusive supervision suggests that supervisor aggression can create emotional exhaustion among employees, ultimately leading to feedback avoidance.
No news is good news, right? Not when it comes to job performance and project management. Knowing where you stand helps you remain focused on where you have to go, but some employees would rather stick their heads in the sand, avoiding all progress tracking. How do you deal with an employee who just will not monitor their own progress?
Topic: Feedback, Job Performance, Measurement Publication: Personnel Psychology (AUTUMN 2012) Article: Evidence for the effectiveness of an alternative multisource performance rating methodology Authors: B. J. Hoffman, C. A. Gorman, C. A. Blair, J. P. Meriac, B. Overstreet, & E. K. Atchley Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin Do you receive multisource feedback