One way people are dense is when they have feedback that can help another person, but are unable to muster the courage or ability to frame the feedback in a positive way to give the most benefit. Without this ability, they remain silent, and life starts to weigh them down. Or else the bungle the feedback and create animosity. Their intentions are good, but their execution is poor, and they are so dense they don’t know how to fix it.
Do you struggle with giving useful feedback? If so, I’ve written a new white paper, “7 Steps to Giving Useful Feedback,” that I would love for you to download and use. In addition to the white paper, here are some excellent blog posts as resources to help you overcome this challenge:
Everybody wants happiness, security and significance. When you know how to give helpful feedback, you can help others who are stuck begin to thrive again. And if you are searching for ways to achieve happiness, security and significance in your own life, I’d love to help you over the phone, in person, or through resources like these, which can help you see through your blind spots and be a leader with a lighter heart.