Thought we all could learn something from this thought-provoking piece from Psychology Today. It’s called Creating a Culture of Honest Feedback.
It’s got some really thought provoking insights. This one’s particularly interesting:
Failing to receive honest feedback can stunt the growth of leaders and organizations. Honest feedback enables transparency, in contrast to feedback that is only open to compliments or praises. Consider a person who never gets physical checkups or ignores symptoms of ailments. This type of behavior could potentially create long-term irreversible effects. Similarly, leaders who ignore honest feedback from their employees can hinder performance levels and put organizations at risk, leaving employees unable to trust them.
To learn more about it, take a look at the rest of the article at the link below…