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Tara Daynes FCIPD, MSSP, is a fully qualified freelance HR and training consultant with 16 years’ post-graduate experience. She is a qualified Employment Law Paralegal & a registered Investors In People adviser/assessor. Specialising in employment law & business training, Tara helps organisations improve their business performance through how they manage & develop their staff. This includes start-up HR functions for SMEs, writing people management policies and procedures and staff handbooks, and providing training for line management and staff on key issues. Email taradaynes@gmail.com or visit www.taradayneshr.com for more information. Connect with Tara at Linked In, Tweet her on Twitter, and like her on Facebook

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  1. Well said. In the workplace I think there is far too little praise and feedback. Praise we just seem unaccustomed to giving. And the praise that is given is almost always (in my experience) not nearly specific enough. I think often people think that praise is just about making someone happy, that isn’t a very powerful way to use praise.

    And feedback I think is often so charged with defensiveness that people just want to avoid the conflict so everyone suffers.

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