12 Big MistakeNot Giving and Receiving Precise Feedback

Feedback is the breakfast of champions.

—Ken Blanchard

Feedback is critical to a person or a team that wants to continue to grow. It offers both the sender and the receiver an opportunity to grow. Providing feedback, as well as asking for feedback, is incredibly important and should happen on a regular basis. It can be hard to deliver and receive, and can produce conflict if not planned well or if the receiver is closed-minded. Yet feedback is vital to improving performance and building good relationships.


“My apologies if I was too harsh with you.”

In fact, a recent study by Zenger Folkman ...

Get You Said What? [A Confident Communicator’s Guide] now with O’Reilly online learning.

O’Reilly members experience live online training, plus books, videos, and digital content from 200+ publishers.