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How to give great feedback

Great feedback isn't about convincing others to do things your way - it is about giving them insight on how to improve on their own methods.

Giving feedback requires an awareness of what you're saying and how you say it.

  • Make the feedback personal. Give specific examples.
  • Reassure the person you are trying to help them improve on themselves.
  • Be aware of your tone. You are a team member, not an accuser.
  • Choose your timing wisely. The end of a busy workday is often not a good time for feedback.

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Seeking good feedback

If you want good feedback:

  • Be open to listening to the things you might not want to hear.
  • Explain that you want to identify your blind spots so that you can improve.
  • Be gracious with the results, even if they're unpleasant.

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What you need to improve your life

What you need to improve your life

When you're stuck, you need feedback. You need information that tells you what you're doing well and where you're going wrong.

We all have areas in our lives where we'd love to see positive and meaningful change. But sometimes, we don't know how to keep moving forward. We ...

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Don't be afraid to ask for feedback

Getting helpful information in an ongoing, interactive loop allows you to course correct.

Asking how you could be a better partner, team member, friend, or leader from people who can give you accurate feedback can help you improve.

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An opinion is not the same as feedback

Some feedback is just noise. Feedback is based on observation and reactions to your specific actions.

  • Feedback does not try to tell you what you should be doing. It tries to enlarge your perspective on what you are doing.
  • O...

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  • The very first response to give when someone gives you feedback should be a response of gratitude. Don’t get defensive. 
  • Whether it’s praise, criticism or some other type of feedback, take the time to restate to the person giving it what you ...

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9 Tips To Give Constructive Criticism

  1. Use the "feedback sandwich" method when advising. Give a positive comment, then the feedback that could potentially be construed as criticism, and finish by reiterating the positive. That way the criticism is "sandwiched" between two positives, making it seem less harsh.
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How to reduce the egocentric bias

  • Develop an awareness of the egocentric bias. It will help you to understand why people act in certain ways.
  • Explore alternative viewpoints. Viewing a situation from another person's perspective can reduce the effects of the egocentric bias.

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