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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How To Value Everyone’s Voice

Have you ever attended a team meeting and little was accomplished? Maybe some people even left with hard feelings?

We all probably have, and what that experience exposed was most likely poor leadership of the meeting.

Multi-generational teams challenge leaders more than ever before because of their diverse perspectives and work styles.

In this week’s video, I share how to manage the dismissiveness that can occur on multi-generational teams.

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How To Lead Without Having The Authority

As a panel member at the 2019 Georgia Environmental Conference, I was asked, “How is leadership accomplished when you do not have real authority?”

I discuss the leaders I’ve met who have a leadership title but have no clue about leadership.

I also brag about the untitled leaders who display superb leadership qualities – what I call Blimp Worthy Leadership!

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How To Lead The Next Gens Gifts And Gaps

As a panel member at the 2019 Georgia Environmental Conference, I was asked the question, “How do you lead the next generation of hopefuls?”

Having recently updated my presentation on Generational similarities and differences titled Leadership For A Changing Workforce, I was excited to share my answer.

In my next post, I’ll answer the question, “How is leadership accomplished when you do not have real authority?”

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How Leaders Can Learn From Sports Coaches

As a panel member at the 2019 Georgia Environmental Conference, I was asked the question, “Where do you think you have gained the most guidance in your leadership style?”

I share how I believe business leaders can learn a thing or two from sports, and what I learned in sports that guides my leadership!

In my next post, I’ll answer the question, “How do you lead the next generation of hopefuls?”

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Have You The Courage To Lead With Integrity?

I was recently asked by David Mook of the Centergy Group to participate in a panel discussion on Leadership at the 2019 Georgia Environmental Conference.

We were asked 4 questions – the first of which was, “What is the most basic tenet of leadership in today’s world?”

I share my answer to that question in this video and my answers to the additional three in my next three posts.

My answer to the first question may just challenge you!

In my next post, I answer the question, “Where do you think you have gained the most guidance in your leadership style?”

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The Secret To Keeping Conversations On Track

What the heck happened? I don’t understand! You gotta be kidding me! I didn’t expect that to happen! That’s not the way that was supposed to turn out!

Have you ever felt that way after a conversation?

If you’ve ever gotten into a conversation expecting it to go well only to have it spin out of control and end badly, you will be interested in learning about the feedback loop.

Understanding and utilizing the feedback loop will help keep your conversations on track.

In the accompanying video, I explain this visual communication tool, and how doing the right things keeps a conversation on track, and doing the wrong things derails it. Keys points shown are

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