3. Forget the year-end performance review: This feedback technique is far more effective
From May 1:
Glenn Leibowitz writes: Many years ago, I had a colleague who had a particular talent for giving frank, unembellished, on-the-spot feedback. Immediately after a meeting — or sometimes even just midway through a one-on-one conversation with her — she would call a time-out to provide direct feedback on something I had just said or done. While I listened politely and tried to absorb the lessons she was trying to impart, I nonetheless would usually feel uncomfortable with her professional but nonetheless confrontational approach.
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