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Skills ChallengeWhen you are coaching someone, it’s important to give neutral, non-judgemental feedback. Non-judgemental feedback is like holding a mirror up to someone so that they can see for themselves what they are doing, how they are doing it, and the effect their behaviour has on other people.
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