Tips for creating an inclusive environment for feedback
- Change seats. Have an employee sit in their “power seat” and conduct the meeting from their office.
- Move locations. Provide feedback in a coffee shop or take a walk outside.
- Have an open conversation. Leave room for questions and conversation so it’s not one sided.
Professional Trainer, Speaker and Career Coach at Everything's Not OK and That's OK
Alissa Carpenter offers professional development and career exploration to companies, alumni groups, student advising units, and individuals across the country. She works to enhance team communication, teamwork and interpersonal skills with an upbeat personality and true passion for working with others to set and achieve goals.Alissa has an MEd in Social and Comparative Analysis in Education, is a Gallup-Certified Clifton Strengths Coach and is certified in the Strong Interest inventory.
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