- Giving and receiving in-the-moment feedback
Why is this important?
Constructive in-the-moment feedback recognizes both current strengths and areas for future improvement.
Feedback is given and received within the context of our day-to-day work which accelerates our learning and in turn, our development and performance.
How can you take action?
- Before giving someone feedback, think about how you will do so in a constructive way.
- After the conversation, ask yourself:
- How did you do in the feedback discussion?
- What will you do differently next time to provide feedback more effectively or constructively?
What does it look like?
- Giving and receiving feedback is what brings real-time development to life
- Following a process of asking questions, sharing perspectives, getting clarity, and taking action will lead to an effective feedback conversation
- The feedback giver and the receiver both have responsibilities during feedback conversation.
- Ask for specific feedback
- Share your own point of view
- Be curious; seek out different perspectives
- Take responsibility
Determine the other person’s perspective
Share a found balance
- Agree on responsibility
Feedback Receiver & Giver
- Ask questions
- Share Perspective
- Get Clarity
- Take Action