Liz Fosslien

The best managers ask questions and invite specific, meaningful feedback. Ask your direct reports, “What is one thing I can do to improve?” or “ Is there a roadblock I can remove for you?,” Finally, if you ask for feedback, follow through on it. If your direct reports give you feedback and then get radio silence in return, they’re never going to give you feedback again. Showing that you will take action on feedback is the best way to create a culture in which people feel valued speaking up, rather than like their only choice is to flip out on you and leave.

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