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Enhancing Workplace Dynamics through Feedback with Corporate Coaching

While managers play a pivotal role in shaping the employee experience, they often receive minimal feedback on their own performance. According to a Gallup survey:

- Less than half of employees have provided feedback on their manager.

- Fewer than 1 in 4 have formally rated their manager's performance.

- Only about one-third of managers have received feedback from peers.

Business Collaboration

Managers and employees generally agree that managers meet baseline expectations, but both groups identify coaching as a common weakness. Interestingly, managers often overestimate their effectiveness in providing recognition and feedback, while underestimating their ability to create accountability.

A Call to Action

As Ben Wigert, Director of Research and Strategy, Workplace Management at Gallup, highlights: "Managers need the development, feedback, and support required to manage people effectively and foster highly productive teams."

The Solution: Corporate Coaching

At 45 Degrees Coaching, we believe the first step to all growth is awareness. Once a client becomes aware of an area needing improvement, they can work with their coach to explore strategies for growth and enhancement.

Embracing a feedback-rich environment, managers are empowered to lead more effectively and create more productive and engaged teams.

How do you ensure feedback flows in all directions within your organization? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments.

Enhancing Workplace Dynamics with Corporate Coaching


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