This cast describes how to decide whether or not to give feedback to one of your directs based on someone else's input.

In a previous cast about third party feedback, we recommended ways to deliver feedback based on input from others. The important guidance there was to remember that other managers may not think in terms of behavior, whereas if you're going to give feedback, you have to know what the behavior was.

But we left out something that we get asked about a lot. How do I know whether or not to give the feedback, and what do I do if my directs say I'm wrong? That's a really good question.

And here's the answer.

This Cast Answers These Questions

  • How do I decide if negative feedback from someone else is true?
  • How do I decide how to action negative feedback from someone else?
  • What action do I take when getting negative feedback from someone else?

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