As a leader, you give direction and choose the people who will enable you to put your strategy into practice. Even if you think you’ve chosen the right people for your project, sometimes they may not yet be up to speed, need to develop their skills, or have difficulty adapting to new ways of working. This is normal.
But your goal remains the same: to deliver quality work on time. What do you do when you realize that the team or a team member is not performing according to pre-defined criteria? In such situations, there is a very useful tool: feedback.
Feedback is a very powerful tool that, when used properly, allows everyone to know where they are in the progress of their work. More specifically, this tool allows you to communicate to your employees what they are doing well as well as what they could improve.