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3 Ways To Welcome Feedback As A Leader - Joseph Lalonde

3 Ways To Welcome Feedback As A Leader - Joseph Lalonde | LEADER on my SHIP | Scoop.it
Leaders are constantly trying to give feedback to their team. It’s essential that your team know whether or not what they’re doing is correct. Thus feedback has to be given. But how often do you stop and welcome feedback as a leader?

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, July 16, 2013 6:31 AM

Excellent article on the realities of feedback, especially in the higher ranks of management. 

 

From the article:

 

1. Ask for feedback: Ouch! This can hurt. When we ask for feedback, we’re asking for some pain.

 

Go to those on your team and in your community that you know will give you honest feedback. Don’t let them hold anything back. If they do, you’re not getting the whole story.

 

You may also want tot let those giving the feedback what areas you feel you’re struggling in. Ask them for suggestions on what you can do better.

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Brad Garlinghouse of YouSendIt, on Clear Leadership: Be In, Be Real and Be Bold

Brad Garlinghouse of YouSendIt, on Clear Leadership: Be In, Be Real and Be Bold | LEADER on my SHIP | Scoop.it
The C.E.O. of YouSendIt says leaders must always be clear about where they are taking a company.
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LEARN TO SCHEDULE "NOTHING": LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner On The Value Of Under-Scheduling

LEARN TO SCHEDULE "NOTHING": LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner On The Value Of Under-Scheduling | LEADER on my SHIP | Scoop.it

Strategic thinking doesn't find itself. Jeff Weiner says, you need time, which requires stepping away from tactical execution to make room for strategic planning. We have to learn to schedule "nothing"!

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