There are many different approaches to providing feedback. At one end of the spectrum are those people who never compliment and only offer feedback when there is something that needs correcting. At the other end of the spectrum are those who sugar-coat the feedback to such a degree that the recipient is not really sure of the point they are trying to make.
So how can you effectively provide feedback? There needs to be some balance – let your people or your team know what they are doing well and hence should do more of and also let them know where there is room for improvement.
One Minute Praisings
One Minute Reprimands
Tell people beforehand you are going to let them know how they are doing and in no uncertain terms.
The first part of the reprimand:
The second part of the reprimand:
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