Giving feedback is something that we all need to do. We can get it so wrong at times and the results can be catastrophic. These articles are full of the does and don't. You may not agree with all the points, but that's down to you and your style.
Thought this blog by @fritzmt was great, in relation to #feedback. We have all dealt with, or been in the vicinity of managers who confuse teams, through their lack of feedback - Or their contradictory feedback. How do they rise to these lofty positions? Feedback must be clear and concise - Measure often & evaluate consistently
"You are not special" speech at 2012 Wellesley High School Graduation
I listen to this again yesterday and thought that it was worth a share. "you are not special". A list of life lessons from a High School princilpe to the departing year. Will they take on board his #feedback?
For global HR teams, sometimes, the culture differences around giving development feedback isn't taken into account. Or just forgotten. This can lead to organisational development stalling in teams around the globe. Which can have disastrous results, if not handled correctly. The Article "Giving Feedback Across Cultures" contains some helpful tips.
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