Three Questions for Effective Feedback
Professional growth is important and very hard to achieve at times. Too often, we may tell ourselves that we have to quit being such a micromanager (for instance), but our resolve to stop micromanaging gets lost in the activity of daily events.
Recently I was introduced to a brilliantly simple feedback mechanism called the SKS form. It is simply a process whereby we would ask others what we should stop (S), keep (K), and start (S) doing, given a particular role we might have as a teacher, friend, spouse, father, mother, etc.
By respond to three simple questions, invaluable feedback can be obtained. The questions are:
What should I stop doing?
What should I keep doing?
What should I start doing?
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