A practical guide on effective mindsets and strategies to deliver constructive feedback in a meaningful and impactful way that improves performance and nurtures your people and teams
This guide will empower you with the skills to listen and communicate more effectively, leading to clearer, more productive discussions
Develop the ability to provide feedback in a compassionate manner that encourages growth.
By mastering the art of giving feedback, you can create a more motivated and engaged workforce.
This guidebook will help you to use feedback as a tool to encourage creative thinking and collaborative problem-solving.
Are you struggling with providing constructive feedback to your team members, peers, or stakeholders regularly and meaningfully?
Is your feedback not landing the way you had hoped, having little to no impact on productivity and performance?
If so, you’re not alone.
Giving feedback is a consistent topic of discussion in our coaching sessions with leaders and business owners.
However, the right mindset and framework can make all the difference.
To help you master this crucial skill, we’ve created this guidebook.
Use this guidebook to become more confident in delivering constructive and impactful feedback so that you can:
I’m a leadership and business coach whose proprietary coaching frameworks enable individual leaders and managers to develop greater clarity and confidence in their leadership approach and achieve their professional goals.
My work draws on more than 25 years’ experience in senior leadership roles, as well as the start-up and growth of two successful businesses. I now coach leaders and businesses on how to become more purposeful and human-centred in their approach whilst balancing the challenges of scaling their businesses, delivering results and creating and engaging workplace for their people.
The Growth Oriented Feedback That Creates An Impact guidebook is designed for team leaders or managers who understand that providing feedback is an essential part of promoting growth and development in your team. It is ideal for those who require a straightforward guide on effective strategies to deliver constructive feedback in a meaningful and impactful way.
Many leaders want to protect their team members from hearing information that might cause them discomfort. But in actuality, withholding that feedback may actually create the situation you are trying to avoid. Not receiving that feedback can potentially cause challenges for the project, the team or the individual that could have been avoided. As a leader, it’s important that you are aware of how safe your team feels about giving and receiving feedback. The truth is, that everyone needs to receive continuous feedback so they can improve. And this includes people at all levels.
This development guide will assist CEOs and management to become more confident in delivering constructive and impactful feedback so they can:
The guidebook is designed to teach team leaders to provide performance feedback to their team members, peers, or stakeholders regularly and meaningfully. This guide will assist managers in developing a positive growth mindset around giving and receiving feedback. The goal is for feedback to employees to be purposeful, thought through and delivered in a positive and supportive way. To help those in leadership roles master this crucial skill, this guide covers both giving and receiving feedback through practical examples, worksheets and additional resources.
Yes, individuals from various industries and with different experience levels can benefit from this guidebook because irrespective of role, all members of a team need feedback. Constructive feedback goes further than just team to team or leader to the team. It also needs to include teams and leaders. Feedback is meant to lead to positive change and assist in professional development. This encompasses both positive feedback and corrective feedback. Ultimately, through this guide team members looking to upskill will move towards more successful outcomes by giving feedback and closing the expectation gap.
Definitely, this guide provides a practical, results-driven framework to assist in giving and receiving feedback. Following this guide will offer leaders greater levels of personal confidence in giving feedback to employees and more ownership over their conversations. With skills like active listening, leaders will be able to provide feedback that is more empathetic and more constructive. The guide looks to teach leaders how to interrupt and replace the current mindset that might be holding them back with one that provides meaning and reason to get started with that feedback process.