Ouch. If that doesn't make you cringe try reading it again. It's painful. But it's powerful! We have to be willing to touch
Most of the time, we know what we are craving when we reach out to someone else. It is useful to be honest with ourselves
Kim Scott, who worked directly for Sheryl Sandberg at Google, recounts a time when Sandberg gave her candid feedback on her
Express as much empathy as you comfortably can. Although their expression of emotion might make you uncomfortable, it's her
Feedback is an insight into what others consider to be your 'reputation'. Have you ever been told you're stubborn? Opinionated
A new petition is calling on supermarkets to simplify the expiration dates on their products.
By focusing on one issue and the specific emotions it causes you (not your partner's flaws), both of you can come together
My days are spent coaching people in tough situations on how to deal with scenarios such as approaching their supervisors or coworkers to give constructive feedback. It's easy to tell other people how to do things though, right? When it comes to actually following our own advice, we detour and justify our situations as "different" and "not the same".
Feedback that is solicited is sketchy. At the local sub shop the completed survey gets me a free drink and a bag of chips
So what Creates a Culture of Feedback within Companies? Feedback should happen throughout the year and should be provided
Back when I worked in corporate, I dreaded performance reviews. The thought of getting criticism or negative feedback made me so anxious.
First, how to deal with angry criticism. Someone is mad already and now they're letting you have it. What to do?
There are a lot of split opinions on whether you should make your surveys overly simple in order to make the questions stand out or to make them more engaging in order to encourage more people to actually fill them out.
Look for what you did right! One of my favorite books is "Breaking the Rules" by Kurt Wright. It totally changed my perspective
Let me start with some definitions: By "up," I'm talking about increasing responsibilities and earning power -- either within the same organization or at a different organization.