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Empower!

Why It’s Time For Managers to Stop Feedback Conversations (And what they must do instead)
About this E-book

Armed with the best of intentions, managers use feedback sessions as communication tools to help people do better in their roles. Unfortunately, these conversations usually end up having the opposite effect, much to everyone’s frustration.

The problem isn’t in the communication itself – it’s in the perspective that drives this communication.

Intrigued? Pick up this book and learn how to communicate to drive performance improvement.

Upcoming Assets

    • Podcast: Handling Difficult Employees During a Performance Conversation
    • Slideshow: 10 Truths that Every Manager Providing Feedback Must Bear in Mind
    • Audiobook: Empower! Audiobook
    • Self-Reflection Tool for Managers: How Effective Am I at Conducting Performance Dialogues: Manager Self-Reflection Toolkit
    • Mega Free Bonus: To be Announced (You will absolutely love this one)!

 

About this E-book

Armed with the best of intentions, managers use feedback sessions as communication tools to help people do better in their roles. Unfortunately, these conversations usually end up having the opposite effect, much to everyone’s frustration.

The problem isn’t in the communication itself – it’s in the perspective that drives this communication.

Intrigued? Pick up this book and learn how to communicate to drive performance improvement.

Upcoming Assets

    • Podcast: Handling Difficult Employees During a Performance Conversation
    • Slideshow: 10 Truths that Every Manager Providing Feedback Must Bear in Mind
    • Audiobook: Empower! Audiobook
    • Self-Reflection Tool for Managers: How Effective Am I at Conducting Performance Dialogues: Manager Self-Reflection Toolkit
    • Mega Free Bonus: To be Announced (You will absolutely love this one)!

 

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The Champion’s Formula

Giving and Receiving Performance Feedback for Managers

Feedback”, as leadership expert Ken Blanchard is quoted to have said, is “the breakfast of champions.”

However, if employee feedback is to be believed, then it is one of those many conversations that many managers botch up. The result: team members, who, having found the performance review experience to be unpleasant, seek to quit the organisation.

An urgent need exists to equip managers with the ability to provide effective feedback. Team members must also be trained to receive feedback effectively.

Find out more: The Champion’s Formula: Giving and Receiving Performance Feedback

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