By learning to give feedback that is actionable, timely and compassionate, leaders can improve their team members' performance and build morale.
No one likes being critiqued. But giving constructive feedback is a core leadership task and necessary to help team members develop professionally.
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The degree of risk, in combination with the amount of feedback, determines how decision-makers and the people who carry out their decisions react to failure.
While remote work has its perks, including increased flexibility during such a turbulent time, L&D must ensure leaders have the tools they need to set their remote employees, and their organizations, up for success.
Feedback frequently offers a mishmash of evaluation, criticism, correction, recommendation, approval and encouragement. That mishmash can leave the employee wondering, if not confused.
Giving feedback may be your least favorite part of your job. But you are determined to help your team achieve better results. Overcome your barriers to giving and receiving feedback by making it a regular way that you interact with colleagues.