Deliver clear, effective feedback!
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COIN conversations COIN Feedback Is a Clear Winner!
Clarity and accuracy are crucial elements of effective feedback. You can't blame your team members for not delivering what you wanted if your feedback was muddled and vague.

Structured, clear feedback can prevent conflict and poor performance, and you can learn how to get your message across constructively with our article, The COIN Conversation Model and our quiz, How Good Is Your Feedback?.

If things do get heated, you can find out how to separate people's emotions from the real issues with our article, Conflict Resolution.

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The COIN Conversation Model The COIN Conversation Model

Use this model to deliver effective feedback while maintaining harmony.

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How Good Is Your Feedback? How Good Is Your Feedback?

Take our self-test to identify areas where your feedback skills may need developing.

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Conflict Resolution Conflict Resolution

Explore this powerful but non-confrontational approach to conflict resolution.

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In this one-hour session, learn how to give feedback that gets maximum buy-in from people.

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The STREET*CREDS Model For Savvy Conversations
STREET*CREDS Model For Savvy Conversations

Find out how to have direct, respectful dialogue with your team members.

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Empathic Listening
Empathic Listening

Develop and enhance relationships by learning this listening and questioning technique.

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A Final Note

Delivering feedback - especially negative feedback - is no easy task, but it's vital for developing and guiding your people. The models and techniques in this newsletter can help you to give fair and timely feedback in a respectful way.

Next week, explore ways for developing a sense of "personal empowerment" in yourself and your team, and watch our new video on how to use and read body language.

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