In this video, Lisa and Elizabeth share when to give feedback and when to let it go. They also share how to be perceived as helpful rather than critical.
- Giving feedback is a great way to establish leadership…as an individual contributor, but if you're making an effort…to lead without authority, it can become easy…to become very critical.…You don't need to give feedback on everything.…Instead, you need to give great feedback…on things that matter.…First, let's talk about when to give feedback.…The answer is less often than you may think,…and there are two times you need to give feedback.…First, give feedback if you're asked.…
If you followed the last video and asked for feedback…from others, chances are, you'll eventually be asked…to return the favor.…People with that deep subject matter expertise,…a lot of experience, or who are natural leaders,…are often asked for feedback because, well,…they give good feedback.…If someone asks you for feedback, take it as a compliment…and give them the feedback you can.…Secondly, consider giving feedback on high-stakes things…even if you aren't asked.…Remember that saying, "If you give a man a fish,…"you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish,…
- Name three ways that you can add value to a meeting.
- Recognize the benefits of including emotional impact in your stories.
- Explain how developing a team mindset can increase efficiency and productivity.
- Identify an easy way to reinforce expectations.
- Determine when it is necessary to tell your boss about a mistake made by a peer.
- Recall the most important benefit of punctuality.