5 “Praise Erasers” That Undercut Your Feedback

You're a manager who wants to deliver good feedback.  You know your employees want to know where they stand, so you try to provide a steady diet of positive as well as negative feedback. Why then, do employees -- yours and others -- often say they get too little feedback?  And why do they feel that when they get it, it's more negative than positive? It's possible that for all your good intentions as a manager, you're actually erasing your own praise.  That's right.  It's a common problem.  That's why I've outlined the five ways bosses erase their praise.  It's my latest column and podcast for Poynter.org.  If you click on these words, you'll go directly to the column and the podcast. I'm also happy to provide a link to the Amazon page for WORK HAPPY: WHAT GREAT BOSSES KNOW, which will be released June 5 but is available for pre-orders now.
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