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The Power of Positive Feedback: Performance Communication

COURSE
KT
Keith Tatley
1 hr

The Power of Positive Feedback: Performance Communication

COURSE
KT
Keith Tatley
1 hr
OR
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OR
Included in GO1 PremiumStarting from $12 per user for teamsLearn moreTry it free

How you can use positive feedback to fix employee performance problems. 

Management is hard because you are responsible for your employees performance. When your employee doesn't perform, it's your responsibility to fix this with performance communication.

Traditional performance communication has a bad name because it:

  • Takes too long
  • Is confrontational
  • Employees don't like it and
  • Doesn't work

But This short course will show you how to fix performance problems using effective feedback

Learning
Introduction
Quickstart Guide
Video: Power of Positive Feedbackvideo
Setting Yourself Up For Success in Online Development

Online development is the future but there are a few essentials you need to know to ensure your success.

YOUR Power Hourvideo
Self Leadership: How to Develop Yourselftext
Getting Going With GO1text
Fixing Performance Problems with Positive Feedback
Performance Feedback Methodtext
The Feedback Reversal Challengequiz
Performance Communication as an Essential Manager Skillvideo
Where & When: Great Places to use Positive Feedbacktext
Positive Feedback as a Gratitude Practicetext
The Magic Ratio for Positive Resultstext
Feedback & Referralstext
Next Steps
Next steps and other related Management Skills
The Other Half of Persuasive Communicationstext
Customizing Your Feedback for the Individualtext
Manager Zen: Acceptancetext
Desk Meditationstext
Next Steps - ESSENTIAL MANAGEMENT SKILLStext
Discover Your Boss SuperPowertext
Performance Communication Mistakes to Avoid

Talking about performance can get emotional. There are landmines and bad advice 

Why the Feedback Sandwich Suckstext
Why You Must Not Ask Whytext
Feedback is not for the Performance Reviewtext
Don’t Delay or Hold on to Your Feedbacktext