Schedule two one-on-one conversations. In the first, ask only these three questions: What are you getting from me that you want more of? What are you getting from me that you want less of? What are you not getting from me that you want? In response, you only ask clarifying questions — no explaining or defending! In the second conversation, communicate what you heard and map out the changes and actions to which you are committing.”

Most managers understand the importance of collecting feedback on their performance and the organization in general from employees. Check out where sixteen Forbes Coaches Council members offered their best tactics for eliciting genuine, honest feedback from your employees.

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