As with negative feedback, positive feedback is best when we make it specific and deliver it as soon as possible.
Positive feedback is far more valuable than negative feedback, though both are necessary. And it’s not just because people ache to know what they are doing well. Lots of honest, positive feedback lays a strong foundation upon which we can build trusting relationships, create highly effective work teams, and earn the right and respect to lead them.
Who has done something well or (for starters) even close to well today? Tell ’em!
In your corner,