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Taming the Feedback Nightmare

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Mon Nov 01 2004

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In this article the author presents five components of effective feedback. According to the author giving and receiving feedback doesn't have to be painful. But when it is, it doesn't have to be a waste of time and emotion. Feedback can be an opportunity for growth. Feedback comes in two varieties, corrective and reinforcing. The first component of giving feedback is showing consideration. Another important component in giving effective feedback is recognizing that the receiver isn't obligated to change in response to the feedback.

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