Engaging in both positive and improvement feedback conversations in the workplace is an important leadership practice to cultivate. In some situations, giving feedback for improvement can be difficult or challenging, so some people try to avoid it. This short Lynda.com video, “Providing Feedback,” offers a basic feedback model that you can use the next time you need to start a respectful and productive feedback conversation.
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Learn more great tips in the full course: Building High-Performance Teams (2h 23m)
Other UBC Resources For Staff and Faculty
- Courageous Conversations for Leaders: UBC Extended Learning, Oct. 20, 2017
- Focus on Feedback: A Leadership Advantage: Human Resources, Nov. 15, 2017
- Communication Skills for Managers: Leading Self, Leading Others: Sauder Executive Education, Feb. 1-2, 2018 (registration open)
- Coaching for Results: Lynda.com, on-demand (1h)
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