Superior supervisors take time to recognize what their employees are doing well. Part of your job as a supervisor is to develop your employees into great employees – without feedback this is quite difficult to do. This week we will focus on giving positive feedback (return next week to learn how to give not-so-positive feedback).
When I am training a group of people, part of what I do is help people discover where they can improve. This is a delicate task. If it isn’t facilitated respectfully, I run the risk of creating a climate where people do not feel valued or safe to explore and take risks with their skills.