Should I keep rollout of feedback separate in time from rolldown of O3s?
When a new person, whom I know reasonably well, joins my team during the intial phases of feedback, can I just start giving them positive feedback from Day 1?
I started my current position ~5 months ago. I have been doing O3s for 4 months. I just rolled out feedback at my last staff meeting (two days ago). I have only given feedback 5 times. One person joined my team such that his first staff meeting was my feedback rollout. I think I know him well enough to start feedback as a standard way of doing business from Day 1. He was my skip, so I know him, but I wasn't doing O3s. In addition, I have another new direct starting in 4 weeks. I know him quite well (he is working as a consultant now). I want to try feedback from Day 1. Any concerns or warnings?
To a new person feedback is not a change - it is just the way I operate. If I didn't already know the person (as a skip/consultant) I would not be asking - in this case I know the person, but not as well as I would if I had been doing O3s for a couple months.
I also want to rolldown O3s - to have my staff start doing O3s with my skips. Should I wait for a couple weeks/months until they have adjusted to the change of my feedback?