I need to give feedback to a supervisor. I don't know if the way I wrote this clearly express what I want it to be, and also if its the best way to explain it.
- Situation: In my workplace there are two teams (a regional one, and a local one based on the worker's geography). There was a meeting where one of the workers said that in his local team no one helped him because people are "too competitive and focus on their own growth". My manager (regional team) mentioned that he does not recognise that behaviour and that here we are a team who supports each other.
I think it was a great example of leadership and I wanted to express that in my feedback to him. I wrote something like the below, but I am not totally convinced:
"Back in a meeting with AAA, BBB, and CCC (related to marketing); AAA commented that he felt that in his local team no one was supportive when he needed things because of "competition between colleagues". You replied that you don't know about that behaviour and that here we act like a team: sharing knowledge and supporting each other. I think it was a great example of leadership (that is as of today backed up with actions)"
Does this express what I want to say? Is there a better way to rephrase this in your opinion?