Delivering Effective Feedback

I was reading an backdated article link on delivering effective feedback. We handle people who are not focused or not performing as part of our day-to-day activities. Giving clear and intentional feedback is an important part of every manager’s responsibilities and communicating expectations is a key part in that.

Our employers pay us to provide timely information to our direct reports to guide and influence their work and work habits.

  • ·          Give serious feedback in a serious setting
  • ·          Address specific issues individually
  • ·          Give clear examples
  • ·          Check for agreement
  • ·          Request a change in performance
  • ·          Engage in problem solving
  • ·          Agree on how you’ll follow up
  • ·          Check for understanding

Providing feedback effectively gives employees information that may help them improve their performance. And that means we’re more likely to meet management goals, too.

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