Performance improvement plans aren't just for problem employees
from By: Catherine Iste (commentary)
Few of us like giving negative feedback. From quick tips to academic research findings, there is no shortage of advice on how to deliver it, though. One aspect rarely discussed is how to share positive feedback, because presumably everyone is good at that. However, in my work I have found that few people are good at giving either kind of feedback. Yet, because positive feedback is so much less fraught than negative, we worry about and discuss it less. Instead, we should focus on getting better at giving positive feedback to improve our ability to give negative feedback. After all, improving performance should not be limited to problem employees.
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