The Power of Positive Feedback

3 Keys To Remembering What To Do Every Time

High performance teams GIVE 6X more positive feedback than the lowest performing teams!!! Can you imagine how that translates to you, your family interactions, and the way you treat your friends? The power of positive feedback will work great for you–just learn the 3 keys.

Here’s the good news, I’ve broken this down into three “L” words to it will be easy to remember.

Watch the short video to learn the words and how to use them. And don’t miss this week’s FREE DOWNLOAD, “How to Give Better Positive Feedback.” Now let’s all practice below, add a comment here (or in our LeaderTribe Facebook group) that either asks for help with a challenge OR encourages someone who is facing a challenge!

Dr. Rob

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  1. I really enjoyed this blog! This made me think of a session I once had with a mentor who explained to me about the “Platinum rule”. “Do unto others as they would like done unto them” I am in full agreement that positive feedback goes along way.

  2. To identify, embrace and praise the value in others sets nothing but a positive agenda. Thanks for sharing this it opens the door to finding and expressing the value of in other with intent.

    1. Thanks so much for your keen observation, Patrick. I need to constantly remind myself to stay positive in my feedback, but I’m always glad when I do a better job in this area. I’m happier for me and the people around me!

      1. It is so important to let people know that they are appreciated and a genuine display of gratitude goes a long way in keeping people motivated. Thank you for sharing Rob. I played the video and shared your attached tips for giving recognition with my leadership team just yesterday.

        1. Thanks so much for the kind feedback! Way to go loving your team enough to help them grow. If they can become a group who cares for and positively encourages each other, the team will be unstoppable!

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