Keeping the top talent in your team is critical to your success as a manager.
The first step up into management is huge and can be very disorientating.
You have been successful in your previous role. However, what made you successful in the past won’t secure your success in the future.
To engage your team, to get them talking and involved in a discussion, expressing themselves openly and honestly: this is not a simple skill.
Giving feedback is a great way to quickly improve performance, our effective feedback examples will help you. But first, here’s one example of how NOT to do it:
It’s easy for any team to get stuck in a rut, especially these days. People ‘hunker down’ and hold on to what they know.
But this is not going to help your team to perform.