Let's face it — feedback conversations can be hard.
According to the NeuroLeadership Institute, a Check-In conversation can activate the brain’s primary threat-and-reward center. Ensuring employees have a sense of trust and control goes a long way in making feedback conversations effective. This guide will help managers:
- Get a better sense of how their employee wants to receive feedback
- Learn how to prepare for a Check-In conversation
- Conduct a Check-In conversation that meets needs for both employee and manager