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How to effectively provide performance feedback WITHOUT discouragement

Managers want to provide helpful feedback to their team members. However, many managers struggle with how to structure that feedback. Whether a team member has difficulties or exceeds expectations, a manager’s ability to provide effective feedback is a critical skill in which managers must be adept. Feedback provided effectively and tailored to the team member will motivate and help retain top performers and grow every team member.

The purpose of providing performance feedback is to support your team members' growth and improvement in their respective roles. Managers who provide feedback intended to maintain a team member’s self-esteem and dignity improve the overall measurements and effectiveness of the team member.

What do you, as a team lead, gain from this? That’s a valid question! Correctly and effectively laying out their feedback leads to:

 

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Who Can I Delegate Tasks To? 4 Tips for Effective Delegation

Delegating tasks in the workplace brings tremendous value to managers and leaders and should not be underestimated in the suite of managerial skills set. Understanding how to maximize delegation without hindering overall performance is vital to the success of an organization.

 

When done correctly, the benefits that delegation brings include building trust amongst a team and increasing total productivity. 

 

 

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How to Manage Conflicts Between Remote Employees

 

Where people exist, conflict exists. When you hear the phrase “workplace conflict” you might imagine the most passive-aggressive, or even just … aggressive situations that can arise between team members. Images of disgruntled employees gossiping with one another about a particular employee, or even a yelling match may come to mind.

 

Although situations like that aren’t uncommon, it’s important to remember that “conflict” can float under the radar, and fester in places that you may not even notice as a leader. Individual conflicts can come and go, negatively affecting your workplace culture without you ever seeing it happen.

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How to Use Change as a Launchpad for Business Growth

There have been many inflection points in human history which have required businesses (and people) to change the way they operate.

A good place to start when trying to formulate how to grow your business during a time of change, is to look into the past

All of the following examples can be explained with the same thesis:

 

"Every instance of societal change opens doors that didn't exist before."

 

Take the Plague of the 1340's: Laborers were able to charge more for their work, the Feudal System collapsed, and the rise of "Humanism" took place.

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