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The Manager's Guide to Employee Feedback by Glenn Devey

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Where are you now?

For anyone whose life has been enriched by the invention of SatNav (shorter journeys, lower blood pressure, and better composure), you will appreciate the importance of entering your starting postal or zip code. In the context of giving your first critical feedback to an employee, take a few of those reclaimed SatNav moments to establish your starting point by answering true or false to the following questions about delivering feedback. It's important that you do this so you can establish your current level of feedback skill and assess where you need to develop the most:

  1. Feedback is best delivered sometime after the event it concerns, allowing plenty of time for planning. (True/False)
  2. Attitude, motivation, and commitment are key ...

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