For Heighten Performance

The Observer of Management Education|March 2020

For Heighten Performance
“A man who refuses to admit his mistakes can never be successful”
Dr. N. Siva Surendra Mrs. A. Siva Naga Lakshmi

Organizations are social units which are built with different people. All organizations have a structure that determines relationships between various activities and members. When a group of people are associated to each other there is a possibility of coordinating and monitoring by the superiors. They have to verify the work and provide feedback for a better performance in order to obtain organizational goals. In this process superior may condemn the subordinate for the benefit of organization. But all people are not unique. Every employee is maintaining their self-ego. So they perceive the criticism in a negative manner and it leads to employee dissatisfaction. Criticisms may kill the morale of the employees. It’s the prime responsibility of the managers to handle the criticism in respectfully guiding employees with directness, honesty and dignity. When done the right way, criticism can actually strengthen the relationship and generate positive results.

Steps for effectively delivering constructive criticism:

As a part of their duty managers are going to give feedback on the employees’ performance. It’s not possible to give positive feedback all the time. If all the time giving positive feedback may leads to nonutilization of the capabilities of the employees. Hence managers are to be frank in the conditions of day to day work. Employees may perceive that it’s a criticism, so managers have to use their talent and perseverance for developing constructive criticism to forget things from employees in an effective and efficient manner. The following are the tips to build constructive criticism for creating win-win situation at workplace.

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