But if you’re already busy, feeding this appetite can feel like one more task on your list. So what should you do?
I put this question to several business leaders recently, and the short answer was this: get over it.
“Every manager should be giving feedback to everybody,” says Bernard Tyson, CEO of Kaiser Permanente. “They shouldn’t have to ask. It’s how you let someone know if he’s hitting the mark and what to do to become more effective.” The Millennial appetite is a huge opportunity for business. “Millennials are after feedback because they’re trying to get better at what they’re interested in doing.”
It’s been printed in enough management articles that it’s probably implanted in your brain: Millennials want constant feedback.