Feedback Up and Across
Learn when and when not to give feedback to your colleagues and superiors, and how to realize the best possible outcome, for both you and the recipient, when you do.
Picture this. You’re attending your supervisor’s presentation to a client audience. For ninety minutes, you suffer through his poor organization, monotone delivery, and distractingly wordy slides. No amount of coffee can keep you engaged.
Soon, you watch as the audience peels away one by one, muttering apologies that something has come up back at the office. When the presentation mercifully ends, very few people remain in the room.
Afterwards, your supervisor drops by your desk, looking...