Remember your intention.

Think about why you want to share feedback in the first place. “You’re doing this because you want to help the person succeed,” says Porter. AT the time, it may feel less benevolent that that—you might think you just need to curb bad habits or fix sloppy work—but any kind of feedback helps your team learn & grow. You also want to earn their trust. “If you don’t deliver the feedback, someone else will and might not do a s good a job as you would have,” says Freyan Billimoria, director of people operations at Skillshare, an online learning community. During the conversation, express your intention. Say, “I’m telling you this because I care about you, & I want you to be as effective as possible.’

Published by Zakieh Amer

I'm a housewife, and mother of a 6 year old dog. I don't have kids.

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