Why you should ask your employees for feedback

01/11/2012 | Inc. online (free registration)

Getting coaching is essential for self-improvement and success, but many business owners don't receive regular feedback about their leadership, writes Robert S. Kaplan. The key is to ask your employees about what you could do better, he writes. They may be initially hesitant to offer suggestions, but when they muster the courage, their observations will be valuable.

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