When it comes to safe and unsafe behaviors in the workplace, employees on the front-line are often uncomfortable giving peer to peer feedback. Some likely feel it isn't their place to speak up, while others may think it won't be effective.

In our latest Behavioral Minute, ADI senior consultant, Bart Sevin, identifies the benefits of coworkers speaking up. Since frequent, timely feedback is most effective in changing performance, it's those closest to you that are often in a better position to provide valuable feedback; even more effective than your supervisor or manager.