Aimee Albritton, Chief Learning Officer, Memorial Health System
With an engaging, easy tool for calibrating on engagement, alignment and performance, managers and employees have more authentic conversations more often. Perception gaps are easy to spot and address — there’s no elephant in the room.
End of year, everyone has a journal of conversation and continuous graph of performance, alignment and engagement for the year.
While feedback on what we do well is gratifying, feedback on what we can do better helps us improve. By viewing feedback as learning and leading opportunities, we maximize career and team velocity.
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