At Peakon we work hard to make feedback a frictionless process. This is a constant process of customer-driven and data-driven innovation.
For this new feature, Mads and Guntis from our Design team partnered with Joe from our Data Science team to define work acknowledgements versus social. We asked them to share their story with you.
A pat on the back is easily doled out. But giving meaningful, timely and motivating recognition to your employees takes some thought. It’s worth making the effort: a 2015 study showed that praising your employees’ strengths is many times more effective in driving engagement than trying to correct weaknesses.
Asking for feedback from anyone can be a daunting process, especially when you may not know what the response will be. However, feedback is crucial for the continued growth of any business, and for maintaining a good level of trust between employees and their leaders. But is there a right time to start gathering this feedback?
The annual employee engagement survey stands to face a vote of no confidence. Unloved by everyone who completes it, and unable to improve stubbornly low rates of engagement, it sticks out like a sore thumb when we use real-time data as the basis of our decisions in finance, marketing, product development and more.