3.4 SBI™ Feedback Case Studies

SBI™ FEEDBACK CASE STUDIES

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Take a moment to review the case studies below.

How could you use the SBI™ Feedback model to give feedback to your teammate? Make a few notes.

CASE STUDY 1

overdue (1)

Your colleague has been working with you in your team for over a year and is generally supportive of your work, offering to help out with activities and tasks when they have nothing else to do.

When they do support you in your work, they do not complete the activities you need them to on time.

CASE STUDY 2

focus (1)

Your colleague is pretty new and has been working in your team for 3 months.

They always engage with and contribute to team meetings, but they are focusing on doing their own work and rarely support the rest of the team with any shared activities or tasks.

CASE STUDY 3

message (1)

Your colleague has been distant and disengaged for a number of weeks.

They are short tempered at work and have on more than one occasion been rude to a berth holder.

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