Feedforward: The Gold of Marshall Goldsmith (MMP#18)

Employee Engagement: Monday Morning Percolator #18

How about a short video with your Monday morning coffee?

Could you use a little help in getting higher levels of engagement at work? Does feedback trap you to the past and give you little idea about what to do next?

I encourage you to watch this 4 minute video of Marshall Goldsmith, one of the top leadership coaches, present on getting instant coaching. Not only will you get some coaching from Marshall he will show you how to solicit feedforward from others to move ahead. He has done this with thousand of participants in leadership coaching.

Marshall Goldsmith has such a caring and articulate way of presenting his top coaching concepts. Goldsmith adds some good rules to the exercise – such as let go of the past and develop ideas of the future without judging or critiquing the ideas.

You don’t get everything on this video but it is a start in understanding some of the contributions that Goldsmith makes that can make a difference in your level of work and employee engagement.

If you are intrigued by what you saw I encourage you to visit Goldsmith’s free library of resources. There are articles, videos, podcasts – a virtual plethora of resources you can use to develop your leadership, performance, and engagement.

A special thanks to Phil Gerbyshak for his ever watchful eye in spotting resources and helpful information to Make It Great!


One response to “Feedforward: The Gold of Marshall Goldsmith (MMP#18)

  1. This is magnificent! Thanks for sharing. I have added your blog to my blogroll.

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