Six Things to Remember While Writing Feedback

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Six Things To Remember While Writing Feedback (A Performance Appraisal Cheat Sheet ) #Hr #Performance Appraisal #Feedback Ask yourself these questions… Am I Being Specific? State facts and give examples in support of the feedback being given Am I Showing The Way To Grow And Develop This Person? Your job as a reviewer is to develop and grow people. Pointing to short comings does not help the cause. Can This Person Really Do Something About This? Think before if this person can do something about this or if you can help changing this behavior? If answer is no, that particular feedback is best left unsaid. Will This Add Value To This Person? Focus the feedback on the value it will have for the receiver Does This Represent Facts? Write feedback promptly when the incident is fresh in your mind. Do not let other unrelated incidents influence your feedback. Good Managers maintain a small notepad, to jot down incidents when they occur. Finally, Let Silence do the Heavy Lifting Five signs that indicate silence is needed Interrupting by talking over some one else Formulating your response while some one is talking Using a break in the conversation to create a distraction to change topics Talking in circles Monopolizing airtime -------- Six Things To Remember While Writing Feedback (A Performance Appraisal Cheat Sheet ) #Hr #Performance Appraisal #Feedback Rajesh Soundararajan @rajeshsound

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  • Six Things To Remember While Writing Feedback (A Performance Appraisal Cheat Sheet ) Rajesh Soundararajan @rajeshsound #Hr #Performance Appraisal #Feedback
  • Ask yourself these questions
  • Am I Being Specific? State facts and give examples in support of the feedback being given 2
  • Am I Showing The Way To Grow And Develop This Person? Your job as a reviewer is to develop and grow people. Pointing to short comings does not help the cause.
  • Can This Person Really Do Something About This? Think before if this person can do something about this or if you can help changing this behavior? If answer is no, that particular feedback is best left unsaid.
  • Will This Add Value To This Person? Focus the feedback on the value it will have for the receiver
  • Does This Represent Facts? Write feedback promptly when the incident is fresh in your mind. Do not let other unrelated incidents influence your feedback. Good Managers maintain a small notepad, to jot down incidents when they occur.
  • Finally, Let Silence do the Heavy Lifting Five signs that indicate silence is needed 1. Interrupting by talking over some one else 2. Formulating your response while some one is talking 3. Using a break in the conversation to create a distraction to change topics 4. Talking in circles 5. Monopolizing airtime
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  • Six Things To Remember While Writing Feedback (A Performance Appraisal Cheat Sheet ) Rajesh Soundararajan @rajeshsound #Hr #Performance Appraisal #Feedback