Discuss about the Provide Feedback To Employees.
Providing feedbacks to the employees based on their performance and the production is a crucial duty of every manager in an organization. However, giving performance appraisal or production report to the employees leads the managers to face various challenges in an organization (Vidgen, Shaw & Grant, 2017). One of the most important is the maintenance of the confidentiality while giving feedbacks to the employees regarding their performance. However, the manager needs to maintain the confidentiality while giving any compensation, reward or warning to the employees regarding their performance. However, the information regarding the feedback if disclose then it may create a negative effect on the other employees. Often the manager faces issue while giving the reward to the employees based on their performance. However, offering the reward to some employees of the same designation creates jealousy and breaks the trust of other employees towards the organization.
The managers need to provide feedback to the employees as a coach rather than a boss (Vidgen, Shaw & Grant, 2017). However, if the managers give the feedback rudely to the employees regarding their poor performance then it creates a misunderstanding between the employees and the manager, which affects their relationship as well as the business (Delaney et al., 2017). The manager needs to involve the employees in the decision making and to understand their issues regarding the work. Hence, it is important for the managers to understand the work related issue that is faced by the employees while giving them feedbacks about the business otherwise it is difficult for the manager to motivate the employees towards their work.
Dealing with the performance issue is a major challenge that is often faced by the employees while giving feedbacks to the employees (Johnson, 2017). As for example, when a manager asks the employees to improve their performance by giving them feedback then employees generate work related issue. Therefore, it is difficult for the manager to understand every employee's issue and to resolve it as the each employee has an individual problem in the workplace.
Differentiation between the personal and task conflict is another challenge that is usually occurred to a manager while giving the feedbacks (Jain et al., 2016). However, it is possible for the managers to give the alternative idea to reduce the task conflict while it is difficult for them to resolve the personal conflict between the team members. This situation resists the managers to encourage the employees in their work by giving feedbacks.
The managers often face ethical conflict while giving feedbacks to the employees. As for example, it is important for the managers to maintain the hierarchy rules and the organizational policy that often affects the employees benefit in an organization. Hence, this situation leads the managers to face ethical issue while motivating the employees to perform better by maintaining the strict rules and policy of the organization (Delaney et al., 2017).
Communication problem is another problem that occurs to the managers while giving feedbacks to the staffs (Jain et al., 2016). However, if the managers are not able to communicate with the employees properly regarding the productivity or performance then it is too hard to the managers to gain success from their feedbacks as the employee are not able to understand the organizational goal.
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