Communication & Feedback tools

Communication, feedback & soft skills tools

Learn to communicate feedback effectively, develop your people skills, and be a better coach.

Communication,feedback and soft skills are not new concepts in the workplace, but in the new context of work, they have reached an unprecedented level of importance. As we follow a shift in focus from hard skills to soft skills and boss to coach, communication and feedback coexist front and center. Use these communication tools to amplify your people skills and build authentic relationships with your employees.

Guide to manage your emotions at work

We look at 5 of the most emotion-triggering workplace situations for managers and get expert tips from our coaches to manage them like a pro. Follow the tips and fill out the practice exercises for these 5 scenarios:

  • When poor employee performance triggers anger
  • How to be less defensive when receiving negative feedback
  • Get past insecurity as a manager so you can lead with confidence
  • Manage up when you aren’t getting what you need from your boss
  • Handle a negative or toxic employee on your team
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Emotional intelligence guide and practice exercises

To build successful relationships, manage conflict and communicate effectively with your team, develop your Emotional Intelligence (EQ).

  • Understanding EQ in the workplace
  • Common workplace scenarios for each domain
  • Simple practice exercises to improve your EQ in your day-to-day
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Better feedback framework for managers and teams

Use this feedback guide and framework with your team. Practice together to normalize the process and build a culture of respectful, candid feedback!

  • The 10 principles of effective feedback with examples
  • How to ask for feedback (sample questions)
  • Sentence framework for offering effective feedback
  • Practice giving feedback to one another
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Management and communication go hand-in-hand. Learn how Officevibe lets managers understand how their teams really feel with a culture of continuous feedback.

Features managers love:

  • Pulse Surveys: Weekly pulse surveys let employees know that their opinions and needs are important to you.
  • Anonymous Feedback: Provide a safe space for employees to discuss whatever’s on their mind, letting you have conversations you might otherwise have missed.
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