Delivering feedback can be very tricky. We often worry about potential awkwardness, defensiveness or embarrassment, which can cause us to avoid important and necessary conversations all together.
When it comes to delivering feedback, it’s important to understand that there is a difference between the information we want to provide, which is useful and can help someone improve, and the judgement we deliver, which can be shaming and damaging to the relationship.
This Giving Effective Feedback topic drill-down includes a 38-page workbook, a companion video, 2 related blog posts, and additional resources so you can dive deeper. These tools will help you understand the keys to giving effective feedback, practice and prepare for feedback conversations, and develop your feedback delivery skills for a variety of feedback conversations.