Don’t wait for a yearly review to let employees know what they’re doing wrong—and right, reports Profit.

Feedback doesn’t need to be complicated.

There are the six key elements of effective feedback that will provide the foundation for future coaching.

Read: 5 tips to improve employee recognition

Be timely: Provide feedback and coaching as soon as possible after an important observation. Delayed feedback loses its relevance and impact.

Provide balanced feedback: You want the employee to understand where their performance needs to improve. However, feedback that is consistently and solely negative can lead to withdrawal and demotivation. Accurate positive feedback will provide a foundation for trust.

For the remaining four tips, visit ProfitGuide.com.

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