To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others. —Tony Robbins
On Today’s Episode:
- Carla talks with Sarah Mansberger, managing partner at Southwest Michigan First, about how to give meaningful feedback
- How to keep the frame fluid instead of frozen when assessing situations
- Be the water, not the gasoline
- Examples of how to keep the conversation open
Giving feedback is hard, not just for the one hearing it but for the one giving it, too. It is one of the single most important skills leaders should possess; giving meaningful feedback will increase the likelihood that we can continue to curate conversations that move the needle on performance while also cultivating trust.
Question: What is your advice for giving meaningful feedback? What is the hardest part for you?