Feedback is our biggest tool as a manager. Today, we’ll talk about the reasons for giving feedback, the structure of the feedback and when it’s not necessary to give feedback.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- The importance of informal feedback methods and making sure our feedback is substantive.
- Make sure feedback is frequent and that it becomes a part of the relationship. Don’t play guessing games. Feedback is part of a relationship, not an event.
- Make sure the feedback is based in evidence.
- Not everyone needs feedback for everything.
Featured on the Show and Other Notes:
- I’m starting a live virtual leadership workshop called Leadership and Management Mastery beginning November 4th. We’ll talk about all the things that are difficult about managing people – accountability, performance, change, difficult employee behaviors, influencing up when you have a tough boss. Email me at email@example.com to talk about the course or you can go to my website here for all the details as well as the link to register. Registration closes November 1st.
- Bill Brebaugh taught Kris about the difference between “cookies and crumbs.”
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