Coaching:

Feedback

Inspiring People

Feedback that Inspires the Coachee to Act On It

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Bruce Nixon, the author of Making a Difference, suggests that feedback is more likely to be acted on when

  • Strong relationship of trust and goodwill exists between you and the receiver.

  • It is given with passion, as from one loving friend to another someone who cares a lot about you and the organization in which you work.

  • It is asked for by the recipient or offered and only given if the other assents.

  • The timing  is right. As immediate as possible but when the other feels receptive.

  • The balance is right, i.e. much more appreciation is given than criticism.

  • The form is right, i.e. it is phrased in a non-evaluative way concise, accurate and descriptive.

Coaching

Three Types of Feedback

Constructive Feedback

Bad Feedback vs. Good Feedback

AID Model

Feedback Your Elevator To Success

The Virtuous Circle of Growth and Success

Learning SWOT Questions

NLP Approach To Feedback

Problem Solving Strategies: 4 Levels

Beta-Testing a New Product

Customer Feedback

Best Practices