Four-Step Feedback

It can be hard to receive feedback. A lot of managers don’t like giving it. But feedback, both positive and critical, is the best and least expensive tool leaders use to drive engagement and productivity. Without consistent feedback, people are unsure of what behaviors to continue and which ones need to change.

In this session, common objections to giving feedback will be addressed. Research and best practices indicate that employees thrive when feedback is specific, direct, behavior-based, frequent and future-oriented.

Participants will develop the following Workplace Competencies, being able to:

  1. Overcome their own objections to giving feedback.
  2. Effectively use tools that address performance appraisal.
  3. Understand and effectively implement strategies that address performance management.
  4. Undersand and apply the proper ratio for giving feedback.