Blanket statements and overarching feedback is only mildly effective, if effective at all. In this video, learn how to make your feedback more personal to be more effective in developing an action plan for improvement.
- Hey, you. … I appreciate you. … You are awesome. … Generic feedback like this may sound okay. … But it's not as effective as it could be. … To make your performance feedback more powerful, … you should make it personal. … And in order to help you be more personal … with your feedback, there are a few different things … that you should do. … First, you should get to know the person better. … So be intentional to build those relationships … to give quality, personal feedback. … Seek to understand the personality of the individual … so that you can best cater the context, delivery, … and method of feedback so that it will be best received. … You should then cater your feedback … to the personality of the individual. … Some team members may want feedback … in the form of an email or text. … Others prefer a conversation. … Some want short feedback, … while others want a long explanation. … Some want public feedback, … while others may want private. … One person may love flowers and chocolate …
This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
Skill Level Beginner
A Toolkit for Giving and Receiving Better Feedbackwith Big Think28m 43s Intermediate
Everything is feedback1m 24s
1. Giving Feedback
2. Receiving Feedback
3. Confronting Undesired Behavior
4. Feedback Expectations
5. Informal Feedback
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