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Peer review is the foundation for measuring employee performance.

But does it help employees realize their full potential?

Does feedback improve a company’s bottom line?

No More Feedback: Cultivate Consciousness at Work, book one in Carol Sanford's new Toxic Practice book series disrupts commonly held beliefs to reveal:

  • Why feedback undermines employee development
  • The impact feedback has on our three core human capabilities
  • The alternative that leads to self-regulating employees

Utilizing examples from Carol’s decades of work, learn the flaws in the feedback trap and build conditions for employees to flourish for long-term success.

©2019 Carol Sanford (P)2020 Carol Sanford

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A MUST READ for all HR & OD Professionals

Carol provides extensive research and hands on experience why mainstream performance management, coaching and management practices in general are distroying companies and their employees.

Her introduction to Regenerative practices offers a practical way to change the trajectory of how both organizations and society can stop the insanity and begin healing the disease of intergenerational traumas.

truely, a breath of fresh air in a sea of unless silver bullets.