How to ask for feedback at work – 4 steps


Ask for feedback in your workplace with 4 easy-to-follow steps. Increase your employee engagement and build up a feedback culture!

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Learn how to ask for feedback in your workplace with these 4 easy-to-follow steps. Increase your employee engagement and build up a continuous feedback culture!

Building a “continuous feedback culture” might have greater effects than you can imagine. Research conducted by Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer showed that a sense of progress is one of the most powerful motivators in the workplace, even more than personal or economical recognition. Progress impacts performance and usually high performers offer more positive feedback to peers. Tap My Back is an employee engagement app that helps organizations build a continuous, 360-degree feedback culture and improve employee engagement.

As a matter of fact, high-performing teams share almost six times more positive feedback than average teams! Getting useful feedback can be the fastest route to growth and improved performance. The better your team will perform, the more positive communication it will be sharing, and the better the overall vibe and engagement within your team will be.

So, why wait for the formal annual performance review? The adult brain learns best by being caught in the moment; productive feedback requires giving it frequently. Start taking control of the feedback you can give and receive. First, by learning how to ask for it, and therefore building that continuous culture that will improve your personal and team’s performance!

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Here are 4 useful and easy tips for you to implement in the workplace:

How to ask for feedback at work, 4 easy tips


Concluding, stop waiting for the final annual review to receive or give feedback to your teams! Another great way is by integrating it with feedforward.

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Tap My Back is an employee engagement app that allows employees real-time appreciation and continuous feedback from managers and peers. No day is better than today to start making your workplace a better and happier place :)

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How to do it at work - 4 easy tips

1. If not given spontaneously, ask for it!

Don't be afraid to ask your team for direct feedback on a specific topic; you will probably set the example for others as well to engage more and ask for it too! With Tap My Back you can give it proactively and ask for it whenever you feel it's needed!

2. Ask for it at the moment, so it is top of mind

Make sure your timing is right; asking it straight away will ensure much higher response rates and result in better engagement. If you can't do it in person, use Tap My Back's Ask feature, which allows you to create different types of surveys.

3. How did I do? Could have I done anything differently?

Ask for specific and defined feedback on your performance; positives and negatives are equally important to improve your future work!x

4. Make sure to show appreciation

Giving feedback is often associated with the fear of being judged or judgemental. Get rid of it by showing appreciation and asking questions if you don't understand something.

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