Have you ever struggled with giving feedback at work? Honestly, giving and receiving feedback in the workplace is a difficult task, which may even feel very awkward at times. To help you give high-quality, actionable feedback to anyone at your workplace, we have created an easy to follow 5-step process.
Jenny Podewils spoke to Katrin Grunwald on the Startup Stereo podcast about why receiving feedback at work can feel like going to the dentist, how founders shape their company’s culture, and lots more.
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We compiled some feedback best practices and feedback examples to give to any employee (or boss!) so you don't have to.
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Claudia Braun is a partner at Return on Meaning GmbH, a boutique consultancy providing consulting, trainings, and workshops on culture and change management, leadership, and mindfulness. Her passion is to help find a sweet spot where meaningful work is an advantage for both employee and the company. Claudia previously worked at McKinsey & Company, consulting companies on subjects including organizational change and leadership. To learn directly from her experience, you can also book our regular feedback masterclass.