Start giving positive feedback that supercharges your team and allows each employee to feel that they are a cherished part of the group while guiding them toward exceeding business goals!
Welcome to learn how to give effective feedback to employees. My name is Jeff Przybylski and I own and operate CompuTerrors, an IT firm. I’ve been in the corporate environment for over 16 years as both an employee and in management. During that time, I’ve learned a lot about giving effective feedback.
At the end of this course, you’ll gain many strategies for the why and how of giving positive feedback that can help transform your team from just okay to amazingly productive. We’ll go over key methods you can employ to better empower your employees to perform ever greater work. I designed this course for managers who want to improve the relationship with their employees by instilling confidence when they’ve done something great for the business or their team.
Thank you for your time and I invite you to enroll now or watch some previews to see some examples.
Talking head introduction to the section.
Learn what this course is about and how it's organized.
Focus on giving positive, constructive feedback that will mean much more to your employees over time than negativity.
The benefits of positive feedback for your employees include being more engaged, less likely to quit, and overall job satisfaction.
Be timely and specific with your feedback by letting employees know right after praiseworthy work and specifying what they did, which will reinforce actual behavior performed.
Decide how best to present your feedback based upon the individual personality traits of each employee.
Be sure to only show your appreciation if you actually mean it, as acting the part will quickly be sniffed out by astute workers.
Stick to positivity instead of sandwiching in negative feedback surrounded by positive to help soften the blow.
Encourage positive feedback within your team by expressing how co-workers can give feedback to one another on a regular basis.
Don’t praise absolutely everything your employees do and just stick to major accomplishments that tie to business goals rather than minor everyday things.
Consider gamification techniques that can help reinforce great work within the office as a regular occurrence and promote a healthy sense of competition.
Concludes the course with gratitude and appreciation of You, our student!
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For over 23 years, Jeff has tirelessly battled the terrors that strive to take over our computers, servers, networks, and devices. Throughout this time, he's supported many home/business users and data centers of various shapes and sizes in Silicon Valley and across the country.
In between fighting computers bent on world domination, Jeff has obtained several industry certifications, including Microsoft Certified Professional, Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician, CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications.