Feedback at Work
This book delivers an evidence-based summary of best practices in providing and utilizing feedback in organizational settings. Bringing together a range of renowned experts, the chapters in this book discuss the current state of feedback theory and research, as well as practical recommendations for using the evidence to improve feedback processes in organizations. This book is intended for scholars and managers, but anyone on the giving or receiving end of feedback will benefit from a better understanding of the process. The chapters in this volume take the reader deep into the current literature, set a research agenda for the future, and provide key take-aways to enhance intentionality in the feedback process.