High Impact Business Owners Give Actionable Feedback
As business owners, leaders, and managers, giving feedback comes with the territory. However, many see giving feedback as a one-way street. But if you’re taking this approach and delivering feedback without the opportunity for discussion, you’re missing the boat. A feedback session should be a conversation.
When giving feedback, it’s important to own your message and deliver it with confidence. That’s true with most forms of communication. However, there are some specific rules for giving feedback that you should follow if you want your feedback to produce change, grow a relationship, or get results.
Read all about the Five Rules for Actionable Feedback and get communication strategies that you can use immediately in my latest article for Brand Quarterly magazine (page 46).