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  • Feedback: Embrace It, Don’t Brace for It
    This 5 min. read saves you up to 5 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 4 getAbstract summaries (one book with a total of 236 pages and 3 articles) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 279 minutes (about 5 hours). Learn more.
    Feedback: Embrace It, Don’t Brace for It

    The topic of giving and receiving feedback is in many people’s mind as performance review season is approaching.

  • “Performance Reviews: How Do I Give the Right Feedback in the Current Exceptional Situation?”
    Performance reviews: Make a directional decision - or at least cause one. There are in fact more than only two ways to proceed. / Photo: Jon Tyson at Unsplash
    This 5 min. read saves you up to 35 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 8 getAbstract summaries (6 books with a total of 1746 pages and 2 articles) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 2091 minutes (about 35 hours). Learn more.
    “Performance Reviews: How Do I Give the Right Feedback in the Current Exceptional Situation?”

    You have three options.

  • How to Avoid Bias in Performance Reviews
    This 8 min. read saves you up to 38 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 13 getAbstract summaries (7 books with a total of 1877 pages, 5 articles and one video) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 2245 minutes (about 38 hours). Learn more.
    How to Avoid Bias in Performance Reviews

    To leverage the potential, avoid these flaws in thinking and judging.

  • “The Growth Mind-Set Is Almost a Ticket to Entry to Becoming an Effective Learner”
    This 18 min. read saves you up to 25 hours
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    “The Growth Mind-Set Is Almost a Ticket to Entry to Becoming an Effective Learner”

    Matthew Smith, chief learning officer at McKinsey, opens up about simple and actionable learning practices that will make you an intentional learner in no time.

  • Do Your Team Members Feel Safe Enough to Ask for Help?
    This 4 min. read saves you up to 33 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 8 getAbstract summaries (7 books with a total of 1638 pages and one article) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 1962 minutes (about 33 hours). Learn more.
    Do Your Team Members Feel Safe Enough to Ask for Help?

    How to promote safety and a culture of dialog in your team – and thus set the course for the future.

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360° Feedback

Multi-source employee assessment: What comes around goes around.

Mark R. Edwards and Ann J. Ewen AMACOM Read Summary
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The Feedback Imperative

Creating faster feedback loops within your organization will help you become a better leader and coach.

Anna Carroll River Grove Books Read Summary
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Coaching and Feedback for Performance

How to build performance by boosting your employees` growth with the right kind of coaching and feedback.

Duke Corporate Education Kaplan Publishing Read Summary
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Give Employees the Right Kind of Feedback

Adjust your feedback to the skill you seek to address.

Chris Musser Gallup, Inc. Read Summary
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Give Compassionate Feedback While Still Being Constructive

Don't hold back on giving feedback – but do so with compassion.

Arianna Huffington The New York Times Read Summary
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Employee Engagement 3.0

Employees today have many channels to voice their feedback. How should managers deal with this treasure trove of information?

Josh Bersin LinkedIn Read Summary
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A Complaint Is A Gift

Tis truly better to give such a gift than to receive.

Janelle Barlow and Claus Moller Berrett-Koehler Publishers Read Summary
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‘Get in the Van’ and Other Tips for Getting Meaningful Customer Feedback

The most important step of product development is getting useful customer feedback.

Michael Sippey First Round Read Summary
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The Lean Product Playbook

Are you motivated by great ideas but unsure how to translate them into a new product? Go lean.

Dan Olsen Wiley Read Summary
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I asked for continuous feedback for 30 days. Here’s what happened.

If you ask the right questions, you can receive actionable feedback everywhere.

Ashley Faus Atlassian Read Summary

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Feedback

Feedback works if it is fair, factual and focused on specific steps employees can take to improve and succeed. Learn how to give productive feedback that helps and motivates as well as how to receive it with grace.