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How to Create a Culture of Feedback (and Why You Should)

How to Create a Culture of Feedback (and Why You Should)

While doing an annual employee review is great, once-a-year feedback is not enough. According to a 2019 study by Gallup, employees are 2.7 times more likely to be engaged in their jobs and 3 times more likely to do "outstanding" work when when they receive regular, weekly feedback. Your employees want to hear from their managers! But how do you get managers into the habit of giving regular feedback?

Join Jack Altman from Lattice and Liz Weber from Weber Business Services as they teach you how to create a culture of feedback at your organization and show you why a culture of feedback is so essential.

  • How a feedback culture can affect recruitment efforts
  • How feedback promotes positive employee engagement
  • Ways managers can provide constructive feedback
  • How to use effective feedback to increase retention
About the speakers
Liz Weber

President of Weber Business Services, LLC

Liz Weber provides strategic and succession planning, executive coaching, and comprehensive leadership development programs to business owners, boards of directors and leadership teams. Liz holds the Certified Speaking Professional and Certified Management Consultant designations, the highest earned designations in two professions. Liz has supervised business activities and consulted in countries worldwide. She has written nine leadership books, writes a monthly column, and shares leadership insights via social media.

Jack Altman

Founder and CEO of Lattice

Jack Altman is the Founder and CEO of Lattice, a modern performance management platform for growing companies. The company is based in San Francisco and serves over 600 customers around the world. Prior to starting Lattice, Jack was the VP of Business and Corporate Development at Teespring, and a venture investor in companies such as Opendoor, Instacart, Pinterest, Gusto, LendUp, Soylent, and Patreon. Jack grew up in St. Louis and studied Economics at Princeton.

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