Offering feedback empowers teams to reach their goals, and helps create a culture of transparency and honest communication. Yet, organizational development expert Anna Carroll notes, people often feel uncomfortable giving direct feedback to others. Learn why the traditional annual performance review isn’t a substitute for daily feedback and how to make feedback an integral part of your corporate culture.
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Anna Carroll is an organizational development consultant, coach, facilitator and speaker. Her business, Interaction Design, facilitates group training, planning and learning.
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