February 09, 2015

Some thinking about [feedback]

Today is the first day back to WMG for the leadership class. The topic in the morning was [feedback]. Which was one team discuss and another team watch and listen. Then give the feedback to the discuss team. This excise can improve both two teams.

I think effective feedback mechanism is a necessary condition to achieve the goal. Whether in management or in guidance activities, for some of the problems, the person who will give the feedback does not need to implement a punitive way immediately, they only need to explain how to do. In the feedback, encouragement and criticism need to correctly use. The basic way to encourage and criticisms are to grasp, cannot be neglected. Encouragement is important, but not exaggerated; criticism for errors and problems to be timely, careful, not ridicule and sarcasm. To encourage and criticize practical results, the key is understanding and respect, with a keen sense of intelligence and communication remedy.

The Observer of me was Yumeng, she recorded everything I said, after the team discuss. She gave me every smooth feedback, she pointed out what is my weakness and how can I do it better in the future. From feedback excise, I got some feeling and thinking, feedback is very good between team members or friend, because they can keep improve together.

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  1. Francis Wang

    Indeed, feedback is very good between teams and friends. It helps people to realise the gap between performances and expectations so that teamwork results can be improved. The observees should be humble when receiving feedbacks, necessary discussion is also helpful.

    09 Feb 2015, 23:36

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