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Now that we have settled into the concept of coaching and our leadership role in developing others, let's talk about feedback. Ken Blanchard, best-selling author of The One Minute Manager and many other leadership books, said, "Feedback is the breakfast of champions." With all due respect to Wheaties®, we agree. Feedback is required for anyone to continue to improve his or her performance in any skill and in any setting.

Though coaching is more than just feedback, feedback is an integral part of coach...


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People are most open to feedback that comes from three sources. Discover how to position yourself so that your feedback is well received. Also learn about the different types of feedback you can offer.