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Despite what we may have been taught, the verbal formula you follow matters far less than the intentions we bring to a feedback conversation. The motivation of the feedback-giver trumps the techniques. The spirit of the message overrides its syntax. What comes from the heart overshadows what comes out of one’s mouth.

Given the shift in personal employee values over the last 18 months, now is the time for leaders to listen, learn, and engage in regular thoughtful conversations. This collaboration with Marti Konstant offers suggestions for the kinds of conversations that will result in employee staying power, rather than resignations.

Career success may require releasing expectations of a return to normal – even a new one – and leaning into a ‘never normal’ future.

Leaders who cultivate high-functioning virtual teams practice 5 strategies to intentionally create connections and results.