Giving and receiving feedback can often be the catalyst to create long-lasting, sustainable change in attitude and disposition within an organization or culture. In this episode, we discuss how leaders can prepare to give and receive feedback, as well as the five norms of giving and receiving feedback to others. Enjoy!
Most leaders know the importance of giving feedback to their team but we’ve heard time and time again how hard that can actually be. One reason we’ve found for this is that the environment of an organization sometimes isn’t set up to support constructive feedback. If you want to use feedback to help others grow, change, and transform on your team, you need to set up a structure.
In this episode, we discuss tips for setting up a structure and environment that is conducive to giving and receiving feedback. We also share a few tips to help you build structural supports on your team to make feedback more effective. Enjoy!
As 2016 comes to a close, Nathan spent time digging through our Google Analytics to see which of the articles we wrote this year were the most popular. There were a few surprises and a few things we expected. It all came back to relationships, as was made evident by these 5 most popular posts. You may have missed them, so here’s an opportunity to catch up or refresh your mind on some of our great content from the past year.
The mere whisper of the word feedback from a colleague, friend, client or boss can make us wince in anticipatory fear, and plummet our thoughts into the abyss of failure. It doesn’t have to be that way, especially when we utilize the language of Strengths. Aleasha explains how having a deep and honest understanding of our own Strengths, can profoundly impact our relationships with feedback.