Address Staff Feedback — Or Fail
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You want to be a good leader and listen to your employees' concerns. But then what? If all you do is listen and you fail to act on their suggestions and concerns, you've accomplished nothing.
In an article on Ragan.com, Amanda McClay argues that employee engagement and morale are sure to suffer if leaders fail to act upon or implement staff suggestions. Letting feedback fall through the cracks, she notes, is one of the fastest ways to degrade your organization's culture.
Her article lists four crucial reasons why managers should address their employees’ concerns, and how doing this can help not only morale but future recruitment efforts. Read the full story here.