Feedback is the transmission of evaluative or corrective information to the original or controlling source.
Feedback is essential in self improvement. Whether one needs to give feedback or receive feedback, it must be done cautiously and tactfully. Giving Corrective Feedback is a training program that aims to teach these principles.
Quotes From Training
- "Successful companies do not accept failure but transform the problems into opportunities to learn and grow."
- "Giving effective feedback is an essential part of the modern workplace. Whether it's positive, negative, or simply informational, feedback helps people perform at their best."
- "To avoid disasters, prepare before you give feedback. Careful planning is especially important in difficult situations, such as when someone repeatedly fails to follow standards or rules."
Other Training Materials
HBR Guide to Delivering Effective Feedback
Giving and Receiving Feedback - Patti Hathaway, CSP
Crucial Conversations by Kerry Patterson
Difficult Conversations by Douglas Stone
How to Say No Without Feeling Guilty by Patti Breitman
The Power of Positive Confrontation by Barbara Pachter
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey