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Personality clashes, causing tension within teams
Leaders constantly putting out people’s fires
Worried about the risk of bullying claims/stress leave
Concerned good people will resign.
The number one way to spot ‘interesting’ people in your workplace
Three common ways ‘interesting’ people show up in your organisation
Three simple strategies you can use to lead ‘interesting’ people.
Three strategies for leaders to feel more confident and courageous when giving feedback.
Are you a leader who would like to feel more confident and less hesitant when offering feedback?
Fearful about how feedback will be received and worried a complaint will be made against them if they muck it up.
Thinking they should already have these skills, they are a leader - 'I can't admit I struggle with this stuff'.
Worried about damaging the relationships with the people they lead – so they avoid giving feedback.
They are worried good people will leave if they are not used to being held accountable and they start now.
he number one thing many leaders fail to do when offering feedback
Three common strategies you can implement to prepare your teams for receiving feedback
Introduction to the Feedback Fitness Framework.