It's okay to tell your directs how you feel (within professional limits) when giving them feedback.

We're very specific about not addressing directs' attitudes or intent or motivation or emotional state when giving feedback. Many managers take that to mean that any discussion of emotions is forbidden. That's just not so. Telling your directs how you feel is often not just acceptable but powerful too. Here's why and how.

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  • Can I talk about emotions when I give feedback?
  • Why are emotions okay in Step 3 but not Step 2?
  • Can I express my feelings to my directs?

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