Too many coaching and mentoring conversations begin with superficial considerations. These can be demoralizing for the people contributing..
Giving and Receiving Feedback
Although few of us likes to confront, challenge, or even criticize another person, even when it is justified, we inevitably have to have..
Joe Luft and Harry Ingram originally developed the “JoHari window” in the 1950’s to help people better understand their relationship..
Giving feedback is an art. If it is done badly, it can irritate or demotivate another person and even have a negative “knock-on effect”..
Giving feedback to employees can be stressful – for you and for them! With the following three tips for acing feedback, you will be..
Criticism is never easy to take under any circumstances for most people. This is because almost all individuals experience criticism as..
Giving people constructive feedback is a core skill of anyone who engages in coaching. As its name implies “feedback” focuses on past..
Imagine that you are expecting feedback of some kind, perhaps from your boss or colleague. It may be on a project you have just finished,..
Giving any kind of feedback (and particularly where it is negative or critical in some way) is a tricky task at the best of times—which..
We’re often reluctant to give feedback or, as some might say, ‘constructive criticism’. Sometimes it’s because..