Let’s face it, we like praise but not critical feedback. We’ve been trained to give a thumbs up, punch the like button, or give a great job. Praise makes you feel good for a brief period of time and you go about your day. In order for feedback to be effective, meaning it adds some value to your development, it needs to be:
Actionable Guides and Inspiration for Developing High-Performing Teams.
I had the pleasure to be interviewed for the All In show with Bryan Weatherford. It’s primarily a conversation about entrepreneurs and the problems they are working on.