1) Give employees feedback to correct everyday situations, such as not following procedures, surfing the internet during work hours, spreading negative gossip, etc.
2) Employ a core feedback skill needed in all types of performance appraisals.
3) Give feedback the way employees want to receive it so they're much more likely to cooperate. (It's the same feedback skill you'd want your boss to use with you).
4) Resolve employee resistance to feedback and move forward.
5) Create feedback agreements with employees in advance to avoid arguments.
6) Resolve situations where employees agree to improve their performance, and don't.
7) Give positive feedback effectively.
Includes a link to download audio examples and interactive skill practice templates.
In addition to improving employee performance, managers will also develop more collaborative and productive work relationships with their employees.
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