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How not to suck at feedback

How not to suck at feedback

by Moyra Mackie on October 8, 2018

When I ask groups how feedback should be given, there’s always someone who mentions the Hamburger Approach.

This is the theory that you should start by saying something positive (the white bread), move on to what you really want to say – apparently often negative – and then close with something a bit more positive (more refined carbs?).

But what appears to be a balanced diet is just junk food

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Moyra Mackie

Moyra Mackie

Moyra Mackie helps leaders and teams to work with courage, compassion and creativity. She is an executive coach and consultant and the founder of Mackie Consulting.

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Every week I talk to managers who fear they might be failing the leadership test.

Every week I work with teams who feel their managers are not leaders.

So what’s the big difference between leadership and management?

Recently I read an article by John Kotter where he spent 650 words bemoaning the fact that people use the terms “manager” and “leader” interchangeably.

This really set my teeth grinding because, for me, this totally misses the point.

In real companies, in real teams, real people want real managers. That’s managers who are better leaders.

But what do they mean when they say “better leaders”?  What’s missing?

@MoyraMackie asks: Do the differences between leadership and management really matter to you?

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Moyra Mackie

Moyra Mackie

Moyra Mackie helps leaders and teams to work with courage, compassion and creativity. She is an executive coach and consultant and the founder of Mackie Consulting.

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