Feedback has become the number one corporate buzzword.
Provide feedback through completing a feedback form, an employee feedback survey, frequent 360-degree feedback, and so forth. You cannot develop without receiving feedback. Feedback appears to be crucial to your entire career!
But who likes receiving feedback?
It is difficult for both individuals who provide feedback and those who receive it. People dislike delivering unpleasant news. Some even lack the ability to appreciate others. Others dislike being scolded or have difficulty accepting compliments.
Feedback creates tension. But it does not need to. That is exactly what this guide is about. Feedback is a conversation. It is one of the cornerstones of collaboration. It should not be avoided or ignored.
This guide is for you if you want to:
- Improve your leadership skills.
- Keep everyone on track.
- Improve your relationships and your ability to deal with problems.
- Improve your communication skills and overcome your fear of feedback.
- Teach others how to provide and receive feedback.
- Help others grow professionally and personally.
- Feel comfortable with both constructive and appreciative feedback.
This guide will be useful for anyone who works with others.
- What is/isn't feedback?
- Feedback process (feedback in general communication, common mistakes, feedback vs. performance review, 4-step-feedback process)
- 360-degree feedback
- The culture of feedback
- Feedback checklists
The guide will teach you what feedback is and what isn't. It will navigate you through the process. You will avoid frequent blunders and discover how feedback differs from performance reviews. You will learn how to create a feedback culture and what 360-degree feedback is.
As a bonus, you get 5 feedback checklists that will help you build a feedback habit. This feedback guide can be a great starting point for creating shared guidelines with your teams.
The path to excellence is feedback. See it for yourself!
You get your feedback guide.