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Receiving feedback – next step #2

In step 1 we took time to reflect and identify our strengths.  Now it's time to move onto the next step, identify the gaps.

Gaps are identified as areas where we are not meeting the performance levels expected of us by our manager, our peers and the people that report to us.

Identifying the gaps gives us a great opportunity to understand what the people around us want and expect of us as a leader.  This will allow us to determine whether or not we need to change our behaviours or if we need to better manage the expectations of the people around us.

Discovering these challenges provides us the framework for our action plan.

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About the Author: Noel Reid

Noel Reid
Noel has over 30 years’ experience as an operational leader and trainer in the government, not for profit and commercial sectors. His service in the military helped shape his early leadership career and he has been able to transfer these lessons and skills to the business environment. He is a sought after executive coach who has assisted the development of senior executives in all sectors and industries. An experienced facilitator who has delivered high value training programs around the world, Noel is able to engage with the audience to maximise the learning outcomes. He holds an MBA (Leadership & Communication), an Associate Diploma of Human & Physical Resource Management, a Diploma of Training Design and Development and a Diploma of Vocational Education and Training.

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