Giving negative feedback is one of the less enjoyable aspects of leadership, but with these 4 tips, you can make the process smoother and the outcomes better.
Negative feedback is meant to spur positive change. To succeed, both you and your team must meet each other’s needs as you work to strengthen your business.
To bring out the best in your team, you need to deepen your self-awareness with a solid understanding of your own strengths, weaknesses and impact on others.
Self-awareness can be an effective path to self-improvement. However, rather than asking why you behave a certain way, ask yourself what you can do about it.
Boosting your EQ with a deeper awareness of your own emotions and those of others can put you in a better position to lead in a positive and productive way.