What this toolkit is about

Proactively and effectively give feedback that improves your team's performance and sets a culture of learning

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How to have the conversations you have been avoiding

This is the main component of the How to have the conversations you have been avoiding toolkit.

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The art of asking questions resource

This is a component of the How to have the conversations you have been avoiding toolkit. Great questions empower people and instill in them a sense of their own strength and efficacy. When you are truly asking, you are sending the message that the subordinate's ideas are good or maybe even better than your own. In addition to conveying respect, it encourages the person's development as a thinker and problem solver.

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Raising delicate issues

This case study is a component of the How to have the conversations you have been avoiding toolkit, to provide LDC alumni leadership experiences. You can use the case study to help think about your own leadership practice.

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