How do you openly work with a "poor team player"? Positively handle a "negative attitude"? Objectively deal with a "bad judgment"? Sensitively criticize your boss (and keep your job)? And, how do you praise others to capitalize on your team's strengths? The Feedback Planner--a powerful and professional coaching tool shared in this guidebook--shows you how. Now you can offer ideas for improvement and build your working relationships through successful communication!
"Several of these pieces should be indispensable reading for undergraduates... Each of the three Companions to Charles Dickens now available is a valuable resource for students, but Paroissien's is certainly the richest, and-- with simultaneous electronic publication- likely to be of most immediate and beneficial assistance to students." (Notes and Queries, March 2010)
Needing A Feedback Planner.
Stage 1: Describe Current Behaviors.
Stage 2: Identify Situations.
Stage 3: Describe Impacts and Consequences.
Stage 4: Identify Alternative Behaviors.
Understanding The Feedback Planner.
Using The Feedback Planner.
Refining The Feedback Planner With Style.
Appendix A. Feedback Planner Templates.
Appendix B. Reproducible Forms.
Series: Management Skills Series
Number Of Pages: 120
Published: 26th April 1999
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.75 x 17.7
Weight (kg): 0.26
Edition Number: 1