4 Ways To Customize Performance Feedback

In my last two posts, How To GET Useful Performance Feedback and 4 More Ways To GET Useful Performance Feedback I shared tips to improve the feedback you request on your performance.

Now it’s time to focus on customizing performance feedback you GIVE to others to increase its effectiveness and position you to be seen as more respectful to employees.

In this video, I’ll share 4 ways to customize your feedback based on what you know about a particular employee.

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4 More Ways To GET Useful Performance Feedback

In my last post, How To GET Useful Performance Feedback, I shared my first tip on how to get useful performance feedback.

In this video, I’ll share four more tips on how and when to ask for performance feedback to get employees to be more honest and give you more useful feedback.

Utilize some of these methods and watch the quality of the feedback given to you increase!

In my next post, I’ll share a tip on customizing feedback that will increase its effectiveness and help you be seen as more respectful to employees.

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How To GET Useful Performance Feedback

When you ASK for performance feedback the right way you increase your chances of getting honest, helpful feedback.

The wrong approach typically results in no feedback, nothing helpful, or dishonest answers.

In this video, I show you the first of five effective approaches.

In my next post, I’ll share four more.

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Stalling Techniques For Interviews

Have you ever been in an interview and needed more than a few seconds to find your place or regroup to deliver a great answer?

Savvy interviewers prepare for moments like this.

They anticipate the need to buy time in the interview and practice strategies to employ when the need arises.

In this video, I share six techniques I have used successfully.

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Highlight Your Commonalities With Interviewers

There is tremendous value in pointing out to interviewers the things you have in common with them.

Do you know what it is?

In this video, I share how taking advantage of this underutilized technique will increase your chances of being the selected candidate.

 

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What Interviewers Look For

Students routinely ask me what an interviewer looks for in a candidate during the selection process.

Seeing this process through the eyes of an interviewer – and learning what they view as important – is essential to doing well.

In this video, I share what interviewers view as most important.

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How To Spend The Hours Right Before An Interview

Have you ever felt prepared for an interview only to undermine that confidence in the hours or minutes before it starts?

Sadly, many people don’t manage this time well.

In this video, I share some common mistakes people make and some useful habits that will prepare you mentally, emotionally, and physically to do your best. 

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Are You Sabotaging Your Efforts To Get Hired?

Unfortunately, many people self-sabotage in interviews.

What’s more discouraging is many of them are completely unaware of how they do so.

In this video, I help you increase your chance of getting hired by getting inside the head of an interviewer to understand the psychology of what’s really going on.  

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Why Recording Your Interview Prep Is Essential

Do you video record your interview preparation?

Most people don’t and that fact keeps them from preparing properly for interviews that can change their life.

In today’s video, I share three reasons you need to record yourself as you prepare for your interview to increase your chances of delivering a memorable performance.

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How To Avoid Awkward Interview Silence

Have you ever had an interviewer staring at you without saying anything after you finished an answer?

As uncomfortable as that is, there is a way to prevent it and increase your interview success.

In this video, I discuss how to avoid uncomfortable silences.

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Why Studying DURING An Interview Is Critical

To help the increasing number of our brothers and sisters whose jobs are in jeopardy or lost, we’ll focus our posts on interviewing, until further notice.

Have you ever squandered precious seconds of an interview – decreasing your chances of being the successful candidate?

Not sure if you have or not? 

In today’s video, I share an underutilized strategy that promises to improve your interview performance.

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