Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Seeking feedback to shape your career, part of Delivering Employee Feedback.
…It's true that your leadership team will use the performance management process,…and specifically the employee performance review,…to help develop the organization's talent pool.…However, when you think about yourself, I want you to realize…that ultimately, you are responsible for…developing yourself and building your career.…That's why I want you to engage the employee review process, but then…remember that it's only one source of data about you as a performer.…What we know about successful people at…work, is that they value the review process,…but they always go beyond the formal…mandated review, to find other sources of feedback.…
This is often referred to as feedback-seeking behavior.…It's a conscious choice to make an effort to determine…the correctness and adequacy of…your behaviors directed towards goal achievement.…In general, this type of behavior is thought to have several…benefits, including increased clarity about how one…is perceived, a chance to learn new things…that assist job performance, and a chance to…
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- Define feedback.
- Identify characteristics of effective feedback.
- Review the three primary types of feedback.
- Determine the right level of feedback.
- List the steps of the feedback process.
- Observe employee behavior to deliver feedback.