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More Posts on Performance Feedback
Constructive criticism is perhaps the most important and least common leadership skill.
Feedback done wrong is worse than saying nothing.
Flexible scheduling and open feedback loops build trust with incoming employees. Companies shouldn't be surprised if older workers appreciate those changes, too.
Feedback can motivate people and teams to move beyond the status quo, but only if it's actually delivered.
Effective leaders manage performance by continually reinforcing their criteria for success.
Silence may be golden -- but it can also be misleading. Don't let your performance suffer because your coworkers are confrontation averse.
Trying to bring low performers up to speed seldom works, while taking high performers for granted leaves them feeling unappreciated.