046: How to ask for feedback as a manager

Season #1

We've all heard that feedback has to be a two way street between managers and team members, but how we do we setup the conversation for someone to give us feedback? Not great? We've all been there. 

In this episode I talk about the importance of asking our team members for feedback, and share a simple three-step framework for shaping the conversation. It will make it easier and works even if you totally disagree with the feedback someone gives you. 


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