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The Do's and Don'ts: Delivering Feedback to Candidates & Employees

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Whether you are speaking with a recently rejected candidate or advising a direct report, giving feedback can feel intimidating and uncomfortable. Especially when it comes to your hiring process, constructive feedback can make or break the candidate experience. The truth is, regardless of the audience for your feedback, these complex conversations can be made easier by following a few simple steps.


The Do's and Don'ts: Delivering Feedback to Candidates & Employees

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Whether you are speaking with a recently rejected candidate or advising a direct report, giving feedback can feel intimidating and uncomfortable. Especially when it comes to your hiring process, constructive feedback can make or break the candidate experience. The truth is, regardless of the audience for your feedback, these complex conversations can be made easier by following a few simple steps.


The Do's and Don'ts: Delivering Feedback to Candidates & Employees

One on One with Kim Scott and Jack Altman

featuring special guest Trier Bryant

In partnership with
 

Whether you are speaking with a recently rejected candidate or advising a direct report, giving feedback can feel intimidating and uncomfortable. Especially when it comes to your hiring process, constructive feedback can make or break the candidate experience. The truth is, regardless of the audience for your feedback, these complex conversations can be made easier by following a few simple steps.


Whether you are speaking with a recently rejected candidate or advising a direct report, giving feedback can feel intimidating and uncomfortable. Especially when it comes to your hiring process, constructive feedback can make or break the candidate experience. The truth is, regardless of the audience for your feedback, these complex conversations can be made easier by following a few simple steps.


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