Giving Feedback to Subordinates

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Managers should give feedback to their direct reports, but often they don't. They're missing out on one of the most powerful tools for improving performance.

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Author Raoul J. Buron and Dana McDonald-Mann
ISBN 978-1-882197-39-2
Publisher CCL Press
Guidebooks Ideas Into Action Guidebook

For whatever reason, managers find it hard to give feedback to their direct reports. To succeed in your leadership role, make feedback a part of developing your direct reports to their full potential. Learn how to provide effective feedback that is empowering, not damaging; that is constructive, not debilitating.

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Table of Contents

Giving Feedback to Subordinates, CCL Press, 1999
Why Give Feedback to Subordinates? 7
When to Give Feedback to Subordinates 8
How to Give Feedback to Subordinates 12
How to Build the Feedback Relationship 16
How to Structure the Feedback Session 19
How to Handle Feedback's Emotional Impact 21
Practice Makes Permanent 25
Subordinate Feedback Checklist 26
Suggested Readings 27
Background 27
Key Point Summary 29

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