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Whether you’re in a supervisory position or an entry-level one, understanding how to give and receive feedback is an important part of doing your job well.
Whether you’ve helped create your goals or they’ve been handed to you, ask yourself the following questions to help ensure they are the right goals for you and your organization. You can then use this info to have an informative discussion with your manager about your goals.
Communication can often be an afterthought. But if you frame your message correctly, it’s easier to get the results you want.
As a team leader, it will be your job (along with a facilitator) to guard against allowing the team to get stuck in this zone of familiarity. But how do you challenge your team while supporting and encouraging them to pursue thinking more deeply about the problem?