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The Manager's Guide to Employee Feedback by Glenn Devey

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Summary

In this chapter, you've learned an excellent feedback model that you can use to address specific performance issues. We've used examples of underperformance, but remember it can be used to highlight and re-enforce positive traits too. You also met Kate and read about the feedback I had early on in my career, and you have learned some more useful ways to deliver a feedback message. You've also had a chance to practice them yourself.

Take a few moments to reflect on what you have learned. Use the following questions as prompts:

  • What is the most important message you need to deliver to one of your team to raise their performance?
  • When will you deliver it?
  • On a scale of 1 to 10, how committed are you to delivering it?
  • What would move you up a notch ...

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