Would appreciate some advice on this topic.
I've just announced the feedback model in my weekly staff meeting and recieved a lot of pushback from directs.
Some directs said: it seems overall complicated just tell us, we already get feedback from you, people know whether something they've done is good or bad already, we discuss it in one to ones, we're happy with the feedback we recieve already.
I just couldn't seem to get the model across in a way that made sense to them. We're a very technical team and wondered if its a type of personality or just I'm rubbish at explaining. Probably the second one but I really tried.
I left the meeting saying I'd try it for a few weeks and if it didn't make the impact I was hoping, I'd review it again in around a month as claims of its pointlessness across the team was a little disheartening.
Generally, I have a positive relationship with all except maybe one who is very strong headed and objects to most changes unless he sees the value. We do get on well most of the time but butt heads occasionally.
I'm comfortable pushing ahead but not sure whether I should force it?
Thanks in advanced.