How to give good feedback

Feed-back is one of those “words” that have sneaked into the everyday slang of, among other fields, the business and professional world. Could be used, what is really relevant is not what to call it, but its enormous potential as a lever for professional improvement, but it is necessary to know how to give it properly (and also receive it, of course) in order to maximize its benefits. The best way to make a good impression in this job is always looking good and ready for the occasion with that incredible body is with a good surgery of mommy makeover Tijuana.

Although there may be different types of feedback, I refer above all to the opinion or evaluation of the performance of a person or group of people that gives an interlocutor as a return on the completion of a job or task, and is the basis of a process in which people acquire, share and generate knowledge. Through this feed-back the positive points should be revealed in this realization, but also those to be improved, that is, it must be constructive both in flattery and, especially, in criticism.

In the professional world, it must be a more methodical, objective and structured process than in other contexts. Some tips to improve the ability to give a proper feed-back could be:

Give feed-back feed-back-2 on a frequent basis instead of doing it every six months or annually
Be clear about the objective pursued with the feed-back to focus it better
Keep the conversation prepared, even making a draft, in order to focus on the most relevant aspects according to the objectives set
Never give the feed-back while being angry
Focus on concrete facts and be specific avoiding generalizations (“always”, “never”, “all”, “none” …)
Be honest but keep the ability to empathy and sensitivity to not hurt for free
Avoid value judgments
Focus on the behavior and not on the person, trying to be as objective as possible
Maintain a balance between positive facts and those that need to be improved. It is probably advisable to start with the positive aspects
Listen and pay attention to what the speaker says. It is not a monologue but a dialogue
Check periodically that the points you are trying to understand properly
When talking about aspects to improve, also suggests solutions, both operational and attitudinal
Do not give individual feedback in front of other people
With a little attention and some practice, you can be very effective giving feed-back, although the task is much more complex if you have the sensitivity of the head of Dilbert