According to a survey by PwC, nearly 60% of survey respondents reported that they would like feedback on a daily or weekly basis! Additionally, more than 75% of respondents believe that feedback is valuable. Although it’s not always easy, feedback helps your team members grow and develop by answering “In what areas are you performing well, and where can you improve to unlock your full potential?” Constructive conversations are one of the most important conversations managers have with their team members, but they are often put on the back burner. So, how can managers properly prepare and carry out constructive feedback conversations?
In this guide you will learn:
- How to prepare to lead effective feedback conversations
- The 5 step framework for providing constructive feedback
- How to use a post-feedback checklist to reflect on the conversation