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Five ways to use feedback to be an authentic leader

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Learning and development | 17 Jun 2016, 12:19 PM Agree 0
Being an authentic leader starts with being honest with yourself. Here are five points for leaders to leverage feedback to be more authentic.
  • Gail La Grouw | 21 Jun 2016, 02:18 PM Agree 0
    I certainly endorse your suggestion for frequent feedback as part of normal daily practice. It is far more effective [and less damaging] than quarterly performance reviews. I also like your perspective on agendas - that it does indicate that one truly wants participation, however i would suggest that one hour is far too little time. I work on a 24 hour advance agenda - I often need time at night to clear my mind and consider things from a broad and fresh perspective, rather than racing into it shortly before a meeting.
  • Tom Green, www.discussablesgroup.com | 25 Jun 2016, 10:52 AM Agree 0
    Thank you for sharing these tips! Matt hits the nail on the head particularly with #2 stating the importance--and rare occurrence--of leaders asking for feedback.
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