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From Feedback To Feedforward: Redefining Performance Management

Aaron Kinne
Publication date:
July 19, 2019
Article Summary: 

This blog post discusses the difference between feedforward and feedback in performance management. The author argues that the traditional feedback approach creates an uncomfortable environment, while feedforward assessments are future-oriented and focus on how to improve a situation in the future. Feedforward is defined as a growth-oriented constructive assessment that reinforces positive interpersonal relationships. The author provides three benefits of using a feedforward approach: future forward orientation, non-judgmental feedback, and reinforcing positive interpersonal relationships. The blog emphasizes that feedforward advice is ideal for growth and development.


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Aaron Kinne
From Feedback To Feedforward: Redefining Performance Management
July 19, 2019
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