Growth Feedback

Goldsmith, Marshall
September 2007
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Sep2007, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p10
The article discusses the types of feedback on behavior and ways to get observation feedback. Feedback or advice regarding a person's actions may either be solicited, unsolicited or observational feedback. Signals or behavioral responses fall under the third category. Among the ways to get observational feedback are making a list of people's casual remarks about you, noting people's nonverbal cues or body language and completing a statement on a desired change. Also noted are the benefits of feedback on self-improvement and interpersonal relations.


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