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Provide and Accept the Feedback | Episode 179

Feedback is a crucial took to ensure that your team and organization are on the right course. Like a plan flying from Toronto to London, UK, regular feedback is required to keep everyone on the right path. Yet so many leaders and organizations fail to either provide this crucial information or to do it in a manner which is beneficial. It’s time to fix that!

Topics

During this episode I discuss the following topics:

  • How feedback helps to achieve peak performance
  • The different types of feedback
  • What feedback should be
  • What to avoid when giving feedback
  • A framework when giving or accepting feedback

 


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