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Coaching for Growth & Development, Part 4 – Praise

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Coaching for development - Leadership Blog

By the age of 5 you will already have received the majority of praise that you’ll receive in your entire life. For every 1 piece of praise you receive, you receive 14 pieces of criticism. Rather depressing facts, particularly when … Continue reading

Balancing the Leadership scales – Praise vs. Constructive Criticism

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How to give constructive criticism - Leadership Blog

First ask yourself, which one do you find more comfortable giving – praise or criticism?  Now be honest with yourself – do you give more of the one that you feel most comfortable with?  For most people, the answer will … Continue reading

Praise Part 2 – How should Leaders praise their Teams?

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responsibilities of a leader - Leadership Blog

Last week we explored the importance of praise and why it can be difficult for leaders to give it. This week we take a look at one of the key responsibilities of a leader: giving praise and recognition; focusing on … Continue reading

Praise Part 1 – Why it’s so important and why it can be difficult to give

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Benefits of praise in the workplace - Leadership Blog

We all love receiving praise; it’s a way of acknowledging our achievements and it shows us that others have been paying attention. On top of all that, it makes us feel really good. Giving praise however, is not always so … Continue reading