RealTime Performance Offers Tips and Resources for Exchanging Feedback in the Workplace

SEATTLE (May 19, 2011) — A new complimentary tip sheet from RealTime Performance gives leaders an easy-to-follow guide for providing and soliciting feedback in the workplace. The content provides readers with a glimpse of the resources available in Inspire, an online leadership development tool from RealTime Performance.

“Exchanging Feedback in the Workplace,” the fifth installment in the 10X10 Tip Sheet series can be accessed at

Each monthly tip sheet gives leaders ten tips and resources for on-the-job leadership development activities. The tips are specific but short and easily digestible. This month’s tip sheet includes tips for how to give negative and positive feedback, deliver timely feedback, and seek feedback from co-workers.

RealTime Performance, a provider of Web-based leadership assessment and development tools, is giving leaders a sneak peek into the topics and resources available through Inspire. Inspire is a web-based tool that empowers employees to take ownership of their leadership development by enabling them to build, drive and track their own leadership development plan.

“People have an innate desire, and a right, to know where they stand,” said RealTime Performance’s chief executive officer, Sean Murray. “Without feedback, self-perception falls prey to self-delusion, and the blind spots may eventually derail one’s career.”

Using Inspire, employees are able to quickly and easily identify strengths and weaknesses, create relevant and useful development plans and engage in meaningful discussion with their manager about leadership development. Inspire connects employees with targeted activities and resources for learning, giving them the tools and information they need to drive their own professional development.

To access the current Inspire 10X10, “Exchanging Feedback in the Workplace,” visit

About RealTime Performance
Founded in 1999, RealTime Performance delivers online training products to develop company leaders. The products enable companies to cost-effectively assess leadership skills, make targeted recommendations for performance improvement and empower employees to create and share development plans to achieve business goals. The company’s flagship Web-based training product, Inspire, provides a self-directed means for employees to manage their career development, giving them access to knowledge and skills at the “point of need.” For more information, visit

Sean Murray
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