Many organizations conduct employee performance evaluations this time of year. But no matter when you go through the process, we’ll share some thoughts around the process of giving and receiving feedback. What are the disservices people do to their colleagues by omitting important information or by sabotaging a truly good performance? Chances are, you’ve experienced one or more of these first hand.
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- leadership, communication, tech, business, personal development, relationship building
seniority of people, mentoring
your role in the feedback process: peer, occasional, manager, subordinate
giving feedback: constructive, objective, good and bad observations, anonymous coward
accepting feedback: be open and not defensive.
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