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Giving feedback is one of the most important tasks you do as a leader, manager, colleague, or peer. But giving feedback is often misinterpreted or not acted on. If you want to give feedback that yields results, then you need to know the five rules for giving feedback that will help you better communicate.
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University faculty-turned-entrepreneur, Jill is an award-winning business owner, author, and recovering academic. She taught business communication at Arizona State University for 11 years, analyzed terrorist documents to provide counter-terrorism messaging strategies to the military, and was a pioneer in the online education space, creating an office serving 60,000 students and—with no staff or operational budget—added $1M in revenue in its first year.
Now, Jill focuses on providing custom communication training and strategies for her clients—through workshops, keynote speaking, consulting, and virtual training. She’s helped clients all over the spectrum learn dynamic communication skills: from Boomers, to Millennials, to Generation Z—from Fortune 50 companies, non-profit organizations, and even some reluctant professional athletes.
She’s a VIP contributor to Entrepreneur, and a livestream video personality. She has a syndicated YouTube channel that teaches communication skills and reaches thousands each week. She's written communication textbooks used at multiple universities, is a frequent guest on a wide range of podcasts, and has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur, CNET, and Time. Her latest book, Dynamic Communication: 27 Strategies to Grow, Lead, and Manage Your Business from Entrepreneur Press was a #1 New Release in multiple Amazon categories.
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