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An easy-to-use guide to providing feedback, to enable managers to improve the performance of individuals and teams.
● Contains 50 of tips, advice and techniques which any manager can implement in their daily work.
● Stylishly presented and easy to understand and apply.
●“Feedback” is rapidly rising in popularity as a means of managing the performance of employees.

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Dawn Sillett has been designing and delivering training workshops and executive coaching for over 15 years.

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