Tag: constructive feedback

4 Pain Points of Coaching Employees and How to Handle Them

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We coach employees to make them better, and to correct unacceptable performance. In both cases, there are four things you, as a “coach” must do to make coaching bring out behavioral change.

The Four Things Coaching Must Be

Immediate – You can’t put off coaching discussions.

Foreseeable – Your expectations must be clear, so no one is surprised. Ever.

Consistent – You can’t give corrective feedback sometimes, and then other times turn a blind eye.

Impersonal – You can’t talk to some employees about poor performance, but sit back and let some employees make the same mistakes. Doing this makes you seem unfair, and this spells big problems.

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How to Give Constructive Feedback to an Employee, Co-worker or Boss

Need to give an employee, co-worker or your boss constructive feedback? Watch this short video to get 3 great tips for giving your feedback constructively. Learn how to nip unacceptable employee performance in the bud. […]