Leading from a distance in corona times = leading to the squared power.

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Leading and working together from a distance, compulsory homeworking, social distancing measures, ... Just like you, your employees experience fear and insecurity, experience an unnatural distance between themselves and their colleagues, their manager (you), and their work. So how in the world can you make sure that they still do a good job? How do you keep them healthy and motivated? What is it that you have to do vis-à-vis your employees? How can you be of service to your employees in this crisis? Learn 3 essential things in this blog.

2 rules for giving good feedback to your employees

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In the previous blog, I described three essential elements to create a sound feedback culture: giving criticism, receiving criticism and expressing appreciation. But how do we use these three skills and what is their common thread?

Grounding and passion as keys for a good feedback culture

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In the previous blog I described the feedback triangle: three essential elements to create a sound feedback culture: giving criticism, receiving criticism and expressing appreciation.

The ‘feedback sandwich’ is dead, long live the ‘feedback triangle’

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How do I, as manager, create a feedback culture in my organization/team?