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Feedback to the Future – How to build a great feedback culture

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23. Feb 2022 |

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Feedback to the Future – How to build a great feedback culture
The good old sandwich has had its days. Instead, modern organizations should embrace radical candor. An approach by Kim Scott based on giving feedback to co-workers in a way that shows you care about them while still being direct and forthright.

Regular feedback is an important aspect of the DPM corporate culture. Kim Scott’s method of caring for people while yet confronting them directly is not only taught to new employees through coaching, but also lived in everyday working life. Which leads us to the meat of the matter: how can corporate leaders not only preach a feedback culture in theory, but also implement it in practice?

How to build a great feedback culture?

Lucinda Rasch, Lead Product Manager at DPM, talks with Robert Wagner, Senior Product Manager UX at DPM, about building a strong feedback culture in the latest episode of Digital Log by DPM.

Watch the episode on YouTube or listen to it on Spotify (or wherever you get your podcasts) to learn:

  • Why it’s crucial to build the best possible relationships with employees when it comes to developing a great feedback culture.
  • Why giving and receiving feedback is such a significant part of employee development.
  • Why there is no one-size-fits-all approach to establishing a healthy feedback culture, but each organization must discover its own way to do so.
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A healthy feedback culture has nothing to do with values written on the office wall. Involvement and participation is essential. A great feedback culture manifests itself through coaching sessions on how to convey and accept feedback, regular feedback exchanges, and honest relationships within the team.

Lucinda Rasch Lead Product Manager

More about Radical Candor:

Following the guiding principles of caring personally and challenging directly, the radical candor approach is based on building stronger relationships within your team. This builds mutual trust in an open and honest environment, motivating your team members to bring their best and most motivated selves to their work every day. Learn more about radical candor: https://www.radicalcandor.com/

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