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    operating from another agenda

    Please explain the following phrase in bold in easy English.

    The goal of our feedback should be to help the person to develop. Before you give feedback, explore the feelings and emotions you have toward that person. Determine if you are operating from another agenda or trying to repay some slight that you feel. For example, if you are angry, you should address that anger separately and not punish others.

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    Re: operating from another agenda

    If you are working with someone to improve their performance, your agenda should be their improvement and how to achieve it.

    If your feelings are hostile or you are concerned with your own status, then you are operating from another agenda.

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    Re: operating from another agenda

    It's no wonder that I couldn't understand it.

    Thank you.

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