BOSTON (Reuters) - Soliciting honest feedback is not easy and can even be scary. The key is to begin the process sooner rather than later, says Harvard Business Review.
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"No leader improves without feedback. But getting people to be honest about your performance isn't always easy. Give your team a way to supply you with the candid information you need to change by asking them these three questions:
1. What should I stop doing? Ask which behaviors stand in your way of success.
2. What should I keep doing? Inquire about what you do right, and should continue to do.
3. What should I start doing? Once you've stopped unproductive behaviors, you'll have more time and energy for new behaviors."
- Today's management tip was adapted from "Three Questions for Effective Feedback" by Thomas J. DeLong.
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