I am wondering something ...
Isn't the feed back model as described with its 4 steps too fast for a "C" ?
What I mean is that I ask my direct to :
1) agree on having a feedback
2) accept a feedback on his behaviour
3) hear and undestand the consequences of this behaviour
4) tell me how he will change his behaviour
All of that in a very quick time.
I am not sure it is natural for a "C".
I have had different results with different people.
"D" profiles will be able to tell me how they can change their behaviour. So they could go from step 1 to 4 in a row. They are quick to accept and try to find a way to change that. Easy.
Some people (C) seem to need more time to accept my analysis of the consequences of their behaviour. I feel it is sometime better to stop at step 3, and say ; "can you think about what I said and we continue this discussion next time ?"
Often, I even found some people correct their behaviour themselves ...
And the only thing I then had to do was to give them positive feedback about the change they had done !
I am not sure it is very clear and I wonder if any of you have had the same experience ?