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Your business can’t grow until your whole team knows where the opportunities and impediments lie, what to do about them and who’s accountable.
Tips for Effective Coaching ConversationsAs a leader, I’ve always looked at the annual performance review process as an opportunity to celebrate our team’s continued value to the organization. I anticipate conversations that generate the plan forward for another successful year. The perspective from the individual being reviewed can be completely opposite, with them feeling highly stressed and anxious about what will be discussed. The feedback we offer can put them on the defensive, mostly because the intent of our message isn’t understood and can leave them feeling undervalued. While there is time to discuss the previous year and what was…Read More
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