Feedback designed by Attilio Baghino from The Noun Project

Feedback designed by Attilio Baghino from The Noun Project

If done incorrectly negative feedback can lead to resentment among your team. Fast Company takes a look at some advice for giving it to your coworkers straight. One tip: keep it short:

Length doesn’t correlate to success when it comes to delivering negative feedback; long conversations confuse as often as they clarify. Your goal is to communicate the negative feedback, not to produce a dazzling epiphany, a heartfelt apology, or a ton of emotive dialogue. Once you’ve communicated your message, get out of the conversation, and allow time and space for the feedback to work.

Read the entire article here.

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