Are you struggling with a dysfunctional team? From generational differences to personality crashes, there is a range of reasons why this may be the case. But in order to overcome these frustrating, but sometimes inevitable setbacks, you have to use your voice as a leader to get people back on track.
Employee engagement is measured by the enthusiasm and connection employees have with the organisation they work for. However, with Millennials and Generation Z entering the workforce, there is a mix of generations and with a blend of generations comes different perspectives and different levels of engagement.
In order to build a framework for ultimate success, implementing a two-way feedback model is crucial. Building a high-performance culture relies heavily on individual growth and without providing your team with valuable, actionable feedback, it’s impossible for them to develop their skills and find ways to better the organisation.
Figuring out how to give constructive feedback is a crucial part of becoming a successful leader. By letting your team members know how they’re performing, what’s expected of them and understand how you can help them with their learning and development, you can effectively manage issues and shortcomings.
Consider the following approaches: