th A couple of key points help maintain the best possible mindset for giving corrective feedback..
—–Commit to learning vs. blaming.
—–Blaming looks backward and judges.
—–Learning looks forward to understanding.
—–What I think about your intentions IMPACTS how our conversation goes.
—–I have a right to describe impact but am in NO position to judge intention.
—–My commitment to your well-being WILL BE COMMUNICATED and it WILL MAKE THE DIFFERENCE.
Above all, the manner in which feedback is delivered (from a positive mindset) will determine how the feedback is received.
The Mindset of both the giver and receiver of feedback is crucial to its success!

About Mentoring Moments

Perrrone-Ambrose Associates specializes in assisting organizations of all sizes and missions to provide mentoring to their employees at every level. We accomplish this by creating mentoring systems and training strategies and programs for mentors and their mentees in establishing helping relationships. We started this blog with objective of sharing what we continue to discover about the mentoring process and by providing a clearinghouse for sharing our readers' experiences in the world of mentoring.

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