Whether it’s positive or negative, formal or informal, any type of feedback from a supervisor or colleague can clue an employee in on where they stand performance-wise. And the right feedback can help them improve significantly.
So how can you provide good and constructive feedback without making the recipient feel personally attacked?
Fifteen members of Forbes Coaches Council each share one key communication strategy that results in useful, constructive feedback, rather than useless or harmful criticism. My answer is #14 – I hope you get value from it.