However, researchers have discovered that managing your free time is vital to your quality of life and has more of an impact than the quantity of time you actually have. Click here to read my article in the Gleaner.
Scientists have discovered that by themselves, longer vacations don’t make a difference. Rather than the number of days, what has an impact is how well we manage our free time.
There are a number of reasons why employee feedback fails.
One has to do with the quality of the message and this article focuses on how to make high quality suggestions that pass 3 practical tests. Taking them into account gives the manager/coach more work at first, but with practice they help develop precise skills that last an entire career.
Today’s article is designed to help you, a manager, give better feedback.
There are some Caribbean MD’s and CEO’s who insist that they have to look over their employees’ shoulders to get them to be productive.
Is this true?
Some new research brings this approach into question – my latest article published on August 3rd.