Negative feedback rarely leads to improvement

Scott Berinato / filed under Psychology

Paul Green, a doctoral candidate at Harvard Business School, and two colleagues studied field data from a company that used a transparent peer-review process and also gave its 300 employees some say in defining their jobs and, thus, over whom they worked with. The researchers’ analysis revealed that critical appraisals from colleagues drove employees to […]

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