Feedback for Great Results

Feedback for Great Results

Create a more satisfying workplace by learning how and where to seek out feedback in order to develop and improve

Updated Aug 28, 2017

While work can sometimes feel like it’s something we have to do (this is the case for most of us), the reality is that while we may have to work, it’s also true that we want to do our work well. If you’ve ever been in the situation, you know it doesn’t feel good not to do your best, to not know what you need to accomplish, and to not know if you’re doing things in the right way. The reason? We want to perform, we want to develop, and we want to be seen as a contributing member of the team. One way to create a great work situation is to receive feedback on what we’re doing well and what we need to improve. Feedback helps us make corrections, do more of a good thing, and keeps us focused on the right work at the right time. While feedback often comes from our manager, we can also seek out feedback on our own. Our peers, co-workers, and customers are additional people who can help us identify the actions we can take to continue on the path towards excellence.

Course Accreditation

This course has been approved for 1 hour of PDU credit from PMI (Project Management Institute).