A lot of times workers complain about their managers behind their backs. Sometimes the team doesn’t like the way the boss is handling things and other times team member don’t like to be managed. Wilson Peng and John Gesimondo, founder of Daily Pulse, have come up with a way to strategize the work industry.
Daily Pulse is a system that helps the manager know what’s going on outside the office and provides a channel for feedback or a way for workers to lash out at their bosses without disclosing their identity. The ultimate goal is to allow managers to learn more about their team members especially in remote working environments. Every day your team workers will be asked to answer some questions like, ‘what did you accomplish today’ or ‘what obstacles are impeding your progress’. The next day a summary is sent to all members so that everyone’s on the same page. Everyone can comment and discuss each other’s accomplishments or hindrances.
You can submit anonymous feedback to your managers without having to worry about being given the boot. Updating your team with Daily Pulse is as simple as replying to an email, you can do it anywhere. Managers will know what’s going on and workers will be able to see what their co-workers are up to. Managers can also get constructive criticism by asking “How can I be a better manager?” This system will help team members stay engaged with the team as well as helping managers keep track of the team’s progress without having to interrupt them for daily meetings and reports. With Daily Pulse, accountability looks the same whether you work in the office or from home.