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  • 1. www.harvestperformance.ca• Inspire those around you – Need to create, foster, and maintain motivation? Offer frequent, specific, ad-hoc feedback. Encourage your team to do the same. • Positive feedback inspires, encourages, gives confidence. Marisa Reda • Negative feedback, positive intent, enriches development. David Zinger• Say Thank You! – If you dont know how your team likes to receive feedback (so that they remain motivated), FIND OUT! • It feels happy. Like chocolate cake. Joel Stevens • Thats a fantastic idea, thank you. David Weale • Self-esteem boosts performance, ego destroys it. S. Max Brown• Learn how to make it better – When asked for feedback, provide it directly, honestly, authentically, & quickly. Silence is a killer. • Encouraged people encourage people every day! Thomas Waterhouse • We all need to feel important. S. Max Brown• Be Yourself! – Leaders, focus on their strengths and start with the positives first! This is the power of feedback. • Breathe, be yourself, refresh, enjoy, exhale. Jeff Sack • Engaged, cooperative, teamwork brings great results. S. Max Brown• Inspire Action not Perfection! – Just because you have feedback to give, doesnt mean you have to give it. First ask yourself: How will it help? • Working together, we can do anything. Deb Costello • Relationship established, now I can work. S. Max Brown• Focus on Strengths – Ask for a self-assessment on strengths/weaknesses, then *focus* feedback on their strengths. • I really do believe in you. Thomas Waterhouse • Anything is possible. Remember to breathe. Janet Pelly• Learn to Accept Perspectives – React positively to feedback. Try to hold back natural instinct to defend yourself. You are not on trial. • Trust is built conversation by conversation. S. Max Brown • Trust your instincts, learn to laugh. Tony Park • Excited for the future, inspired, warm. Judi Clark
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  • 1. www.harvestperformance.ca• Inspire those around you – Need to create, foster, and maintain motivation? Offer frequent, specific, ad-hoc feedback. Encourage your team to do the same. • Positive feedback inspires, encourages, gives confidence. Marisa Reda • Negative feedback, positive intent, enriches development. David Zinger• Say Thank You! – If you dont know how your team likes to receive feedback (so that they remain motivated), FIND OUT! • It feels happy. Like chocolate cake. Joel Stevens • Thats a fantastic idea, thank you. David Weale • Self-esteem boosts performance, ego destroys it. S. Max Brown• Learn how to make it better – When asked for feedback, provide it directly, honestly, authentically, & quickly. Silence is a killer. • Encouraged people encourage people every day! Thomas Waterhouse • We all need to feel important. S. Max Brown• Be Yourself! – Leaders, focus on their strengths and start with the positives first! This is the power of feedback. • Breathe, be yourself, refresh, enjoy, exhale. Jeff Sack • Engaged, cooperative, teamwork brings great results. S. Max Brown• Inspire Action not Perfection! – Just because you have feedback to give, doesnt mean you have to give it. First ask yourself: How will it help? • Working together, we can do anything. Deb Costello • Relationship established, now I can work. S. Max Brown• Focus on Strengths – Ask for a self-assessment on strengths/weaknesses, then *focus* feedback on their strengths. • I really do believe in you. Thomas Waterhouse • Anything is possible. Remember to breathe. Janet Pelly• Learn to Accept Perspectives – React positively to feedback. Try to hold back natural instinct to defend yourself. You are not on trial. • Trust is built conversation by conversation. S. Max Brown • Trust your instincts, learn to laugh. Tony Park • Excited for the future, inspired, warm. Judi Clark
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