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317 The Leadership Excellence Series Giving Effective Feedback
Feedback helps teams achieve goals, build confidence and pride, and succeed. 1 Feedback
Set clear and concise objectives. Observe team members performance. Provide immediate feedback. Recognize positive performance. 2 Four Steps
Be specific. Speak for yourself. Be sincere. Emphasize how actions affect the team. 3 Giving Constructive Feedback
Use the I technique. End on a positive note. Recognize improvement. 4 Giving Constructive Feedback
Be specific. Express your appreciation. Encourage more of the same. 5 Recognize Positive Performance
Meaningful feedback reinforces outstanding performance and encourages others to improve. 6 Conclusion
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