It happens all too frequently. When I was an HR manager employees would talk in my office at performance appraisal time and ask me how to interpret this feedback from their bosses. “Just keep doing what you’re doing.” If that is the sum total of the feedback you get, you can leave frustrated. Sigh. You […]
David Dye gets it. Apparently, my story of how I experienced two very different approaches from two different vets struck a chord. One sincere word can make a difference. Jan 16, 2017, David Dye: Each week I read a number of leadership articles from various online resources and share them across social media. Here are the […]
It can be frustrating when you’re waiting for a response from someone, and they’re not meeting your self-selected timeline. You may need an answer, but don’t make things worse in the process. A friend of mine has started dating again. She had a first date. She and her date exchanged a few texts the week afterward. […]
Forbes, Sept. 14, 2016: “Understanding the unique strengths of your team is the surest way to both help your company achieve its larger goals and help employees feel engaged and motivated. But understanding each individual’s strength is a practice in psychology that involves empowering and aligning talent with work opportunities.” Forbes asked 13 professional coaches of Forbes […]
Thanks Dana Theus for featuring my post, How to Give Feedback by Asking Questions, on your EQ at work channel.