Giving honest and direct feedback is an essential part of being an effective leader. Honest feedback says that you care about a person's development, you care about the work that they do and you want to help them improve because you value them.
In this week’s episode, I share why feedback is so important, why psychological safety is foundational to a positive and constructive feedback environment, and the five key elements to giving constructive criticism to a team member.
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