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Try this Tip: Focus on the future. When providing feedback to colleagues and employees, lean forward (not literally!). At some point in a feedback conversation, it’s time to plan ahead rather than rehashing past performance. Great questions for that moment include: What might you do differently next time? What do you want to remember for the next time? How would you like to feel after your next opportunity to practice?


Excerpted and adapted from: Dan RockwellMost Feedback Begins in the Wrong Place, on the Leadership Freak blog.

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