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Why Feedback Will Help You Grow By Tessa Cooper

Feedback is both greatly desired and massively feared in most workplaces. Even though research has proven that people who receive regular feedback are much more actively engaged and motivated in their work,  employers invest very little time in supporting their teams to give regular and useful feedback to each other outside of the dreaded annual […]

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Feedback is both greatly desired and massively feared in most workplaces. Even though research has proven that people who receive regular feedback are much more actively engaged and motivated in their work,  employers invest very little time in supporting their teams to give regular and useful feedback to each other outside of the dreaded annual performance review. Tessa Cooper, the founder behind Collaborative Future, explains the effects of feedback and why it has benefits for the greater good. Think of feedback as either appreciative or developmental, not negative or positive Part of the reason we fear giving or receiving feedback that is deemed critical is because it makes us feel bad. We shy away addressing important things people could improve on because of this. But when you consider your feedback as developmental it will help you be clear about why and how you should be delivering your feedback, making it clear your…

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