"When we make progress and get better at something, it is inherently motivating. In order for people to make progress, they have to get feedback and information on how they're doing."

Daniel H. Pink
Author of Drive: The Surprising Truth about What Motivates Us

 

"When we make progress and get better at something, it is inherently motivating. In order for people to make progress, they have to get feedback and information on how they're doing."

Daniel H. Pink
Author of Drive: The Surprising Truth about What Motivates Us

 

Positive feedback keeps us happy at work, increases our job satisfaction and retention. It makes our people feel more appreciated, valued and it motivates us to keep doing what we do, striving to serve you better.

Negative feedback is also critical in helping us make progress, identifying what you expect of us and of the areas we could polish up. Let us know!

So, if we have done a good job for you, will you please give us a pat on the back? If, however, we didn’t meet your expectation, will you also please kindly tell us what should be improved?