It was great to informally receive positive feedback from two clients yesterday but what about formal quarterly feedback?
How often do you use Feedforward as a coaching tool? It could influence how you view feedback in the future.
Elite tennis players think and behave almost identically:
- Visualising an optimistic future performance
- Non-judgmental analysis
- Changing habits for improved future performance
- Ultimate levels of listening, observing and analysing
Positive behavioural suggestions are much easier to accept than a superior’s criticisms of your past performance. The memory of criticism lasts five times longer than praise.
Feedforward is quick, no toiling over past mistakes – no defensiveness. This article explains how this simple yet effective tool works, but how well does it perform in practice?
Please share your Feedforward success stories and any limitations under certain circumstances or within different contexts you’ve experienced.
Try FeedForward Instead of Feedback