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Leadership Insights:

Leadership Tips: Simple, on-the-job self improvement ideas to strengthen your leadership skills

Stress: A dozen strategies to reduce on-the-job stress

Leadership Articles: Leadership and team development insights by Jeff Appelquist

Time Management: Strategies and activities to help business leaders manage their time

Leadership Styles: Overview of the frameworks, theories, and styles of leadership

Delegation: Understanding the skill of delegating effectively

Leadership Power: Six types of power for business leaders

Decision Making: Understanding sound decision making

Personalized Growth Plan: Design and begin a personalized leadership growth plan

Communication Tips: Leaders know how to communicate effectively

The Power of Praise: Meaningful praise is a powerful and important motivator

Leadership Responsibilities: A team leader's responsibilities to his or her team

Leader/Team Tension: Leader behavior that can weaken team cohesiveness

Management Framework: A process outline for achieving results

Strategic Planning: Determine where your team has been and where it wants to be

Talent Development: Guidelines for developing the talents of your team members

Engagement Misconceptions: Twelve misconceptions about employee engagement

High-Power Leadership: When does leadership power become counterproductive

Succession Planning: Guidelines for a successful succession program

Feedback Categories

Researcher Carl Roger suggests that leaders provide feedback as they interact with their subordinates.  Roger identified five main categories of feedback as they appear in everyday conversation:

  • Evaluative: Making a judgment about the value or appropriateness of a subordinate’s statement.

  • Interpretive: Restating what a subordinate means.

  • Supportive: Encouraging or bolstering a subordinate’s communication.

  • Probing: Attempting to gain additional information, continue the discussion, or clarify a point.

  • Understanding: Attempting to discover completely what the subordinate means.

Provide recent examples of how you have used these these feedback categories:

Feedback Category

Personal Example