Synopses & Reviews
How do you openly work with a "poor team player"? Positively handle a "negative attitude"? Objectively deal with a "bad judgment"? Sensitively criticize your boss (and keep your job)? And, how do you praise others to capitalize on your team's strengths? The Feedback Planner--a powerful and professional coaching tool shared in this guidebook--shows you how. Now you can offer ideas for improvement and build your working relationships through successful communication!
About the Author
PAUL J. JEROME is VP of Richard Chang Associates, Inc., a diversified organizational improvement consulting and publishing firm based in Irvine, California. He is an experienced management consultant and business executive specializing in executive development, management training, team building, and performance management. Paul is widely recognized for his creative design and enthusiastic delivery of practical management tools and techniques. He is also the author of Coaching Through Effective Feedback and Re-Creating Teams During Transitions, published by Richard Chang Associates, Inc.
Table of Contents
Needing A Feedback Planner.
Stage 1: Describe Current Behaviors.
Stage 2: Identify Situations.
Stage 3: Describe Impacts and Consequences.
Stage 4: Identify Alternative Behaviors.
Understanding The Feedback Planner.
Using The Feedback Planner.
Refining The Feedback Planner With Style.
Appendix A. Feedback Planner Templates.
Appendix B. Reproducible Forms.