Category: Research

Feedback Brief: Insights from 30+Years of Research Into Feedback in the Workplace

Click this link to download the research brief: Feedback Research Brief Feedback has always been crucial for advancing learning – both individual and organizational. However, the promise of feedback has been much harder to realize in […]

About Research at Next Jump

Here you will find more about research from the fields of learning, decision making performance management, teams and leadership. We are using this research to guide the design of our practices and rituals which we […]

Taking a Developmental Approach to Feedback for Educators

In Tell Me So I Can Hear You: A Developmental Approach to Feedback for Educators, Eleanor Drago-Severson and Jessica Blum-DeStefano wrestle with the challenges of designing and implementing feedback interactions that advance learning and growth. […]

Unpacking Organizational Mindsets

Research showing the benefits of growing and learning mindsets.

Understanding Organizational Silence and How It Limits Learning and Growth in Organizations

Employee voice is the proactive, voluntary sharing of suggestions, concerns, opinions and feedback about work-related issues, with the primary goal of strengthening organizational performance. But when employees feel that speaking up with negative feedback or […]

Proactive Feedback Seeking

Feedback is a critical individual resource for achieving a wide range of valued goals and needs in organizations. It enables individuals to be aware of the contingencies in their environment; know which behaviors are most […]

These 5 Personality Characteristics Can Impact How You Receive Feedback and What You Do With It

Feedback on performance provides valuable information that individuals can use to redirect effort in pursuit of important goals and improved performance (Dweck & Leggett, 1988; Fishbach, Eyal, & Finkelstein, 2010; Ilgen & Davis, 2000). Historically, […]

Changing Nature of Feedback Giving to Spur Creative Work and Self-awareness

Historically, research suggests that positive feedback that affirms a behavior and is concrete and task-focused is more likely to generate positive changes in individual performance. However, more recent research indicates that specific feedback is most […]