Giving Effective feedback
From the broad theme of Relationships and Communication, we will drill down and explore the topic of Giving Effective Feedback.
For this topic, we have several tools, classes and resources to help you:
- understand the keys to giving effective feedback
- practice and prepare for feedback conversations
- develop your feedback delivery skills for a variety of feedback conversations
Giving effective feedback
In this workbook, you’ll find more than 30 pages of insights and exercises, as well as practice worksheets and scripts, weekly debrief questions and practice logs. Click the image below to download the workbook.
In this 16-minute tutorial, Nahid explains the purpose of each section of the effective feedback workbook and how to get the most value as you work through it. Click the image below to play the video.
Related Blog Posts
Ten Feedback Pitfalls to Avoid – Most people don’t give feedback well, yet it’s a critical skill for leading and developing a team. Learn ten things NOT to do when giving feedback, and what to do instead.
The One Sentence Feedback Script – The information in this post is designed to help you give frequent feedback, naturally, and in a way that doesn’t seem contrived or critical.
If you are intrigued by what giving effective feedback can do for you and would like to learn more, I recommend Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High by Joseph Grenny, Kerry Patterson, et al. This book is critical for creating powerful and safe conversations. It’s a definite help for anyone looking to develop skills in this area.