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Criticism Closes Our Hearts

by Jude Fay
I have a big inner critic. I’ve also received a lot of criticism in my life. So I know at first-hand what criticism can do. I know the impact that criticism has, in …

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Criticism Closes Our Hearts
Criticism Closes Our Hearts

by Jude Fay
I have a big inner critic. I’ve also received a lot of criticism in my life. So I know at first-hand what criticism can do. I know the impact that criticism has, in …

Employing an Effective Feedback Process
Employing an Effective Feedback Process

by Timothy F Bednarz
For feedback to be useful and productive, coaching managers need to pay close attention to possible consequences that can occur once it has been provided. Constructive feedback tends to enhance employee relationships …

For Greater Effectiveness, Learn How To Give Feedback
For Greater Effectiveness, Learn How To Give Feedback

by Laurie Weiss
A manager who coaches others needs to provide feedback that keeps them focused and on track. Feedback is also a critical element for working out relationships with coworkers, friends and family members. Unfortunately, …

How to Respond to Criticism Without Being Defensive
How to Respond to Criticism Without Being Defensive

by Laurie Wilhelm
Criticism doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Granted, it’s best when it’s delivered as useful constructive feedback, but sometimes criticism is an objective evaluation (based on analysis, figures, data, etc.) of someone’s …

Asking for Feedback

This was my question to my peer when I was requesting feedback from her:
“I’ve attached the two ads that I spoke to you about when we met. If you have a moment, could you please …

Characteristics of Good Constructive Feedback

by Laurie Wilhelm
We often confuse feedback with criticism – probably because much of our experience with it has had more to do with what we’ve done wrong than what we’ve done right or …