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Provide Constructive Feedback

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Show Notes: 

No one can work without feedback, and your kids are no different. Your kids are working hard to learn, grow, and most importantly, they want to learn, grow, and know that you are happy with them. (Yes...even the ones who roll their eyes at you!)

Your kids need you to provide constructive feedback so they gauge how they are doing, where they are already rock stars, and where they can improve.

Discover what constructive feedback really means, the secret formula for giving constructive feedback in the most helpful and positive way, and the one word you should NEVER say to your kids. (Hint: It's not what you think!)

Listen to learn: 

  • Why single moms struggle to manage their kids' behavior (1:24)
  • Who you can use behavior strategies on (3:21)
  • Why you need to provide constructive feedback, and what "feedback" means(4:31)
  • What "constructive" means (7:01)
  • The 6 Guiding Principles of Positive Feedback (9:43)
  • My secret "Constructive Feedback Formula™" (11:04)
  • The surprising one word you should never say to your kids (12:43)
  • How you may inadvertently be making your children feel inadequate (14:01)
  • The only way you make your constructive feedback have meaning (14:57)

(My secret "Constructive Feedback Formula" is the very best, most effective way to provide constructive feedback to your kids. Implement this formula today, and see great results by bedtime tonight!)

Show notes:

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6 Guiding Principles for Providing Positive (Constructive) Feedback

Positive feedback is:

  1. Precise
  2. Distingishes between results, actions and people
  3. Is descriptive and does not accuse
  4. Prescriptive and provides actionable feedback
  5. Positive
  6. Demonstrative of the trust and gratitude you have for your team (kids)

Oriane Perrin, 

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