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Techniques for Feedback

While most professional education programs focus on leadership, few offer methods to prepare and up-channel effective feedback as a responsible follower. Culturally, most career fields have well-ingrained debrief methodologies concentrated on the tactical tasks, but lack structure in up-channeling information commanders need to hear. Therefore, what follows is a framework to support how best to work with leaders at all levels to better our organizations.

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