Feedback systems are an essential part of the HR initiatives of every company that strives to create an open feedback culture between employees and management. Nevertheless, such systems continue to challenge HR specialists. Consequently, they often struggle to achieve effective results. The reason, HR professionals in various industries are subjected to a repeating pattern of implementation mistakes; a pattern of their own making.
To educate them about the right implementation strategies, LS-S has decided to expand its expertise portfolio by sponsoring the guide for professionals, “Black Book: Feedback Systems. Why many feedbacks don’t work and what to do about it; a guide based on more than 20 years of experience in the field.
The book provides an insight into the most common design and implementation flaws of employee opinion surveys and 360° feedback tools. The author, Guido Betz (a training and HR tools expert with more than 20 years of experience) provides valuable advice on avoiding these mistakes and improving a company’s corporate communications. This advice is illustrated with practical examples, relatable for every organization. They can use the book to avoid investing in feedback systems that won’t bring positive change.
LS-S is happy to be a part of this professional’s edition. You have the opportunity to be a part of it as well. Register for a free copy of this upcoming guide.
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