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Giving Constructive Feedback

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Ever Happened?

Watch this hilarious video and think about a time you have received or given feedback that did not actually help.

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Index

What?

When?

Example

Steps

Learning Objectives

Conclusion

Reflection

Scenario 1

Scenario 2

After completing the module, learners will be able to: 1. Explain the importance of constructive feedback in the workplace2. List the steps to giving constructive feedback

Learning Objectives

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What?

When?

There are multiple situations that arise in the workplace where one feels that there is a need for some feedback.Click on this link below to read about some of these situations.

Example

Watch this great example of giving some constructive example and think how it can be applied to different situations that arise in a workplace

You do not have to use them in any specific order but should keep in mind.

Steps

Let's Apply these Steps!

Think of the following situation:One of your coworkers cut you off in a meeting while you were explaining an idea. You did not like this behavior.How would you approach the coworker to tell them that you had an issue with their behavior?

Choose a Statement

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Let's Try Another Scenario!

You are a team manager and have noticed that one of your employees has started to leave an hour, sometimes two, early. They mostly finish their work, but you feel like you still need to know if everything is fine. What do you think is the best way to approach it.

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    Choose a Statement

    From this interactive slideshow you have learned about giving constructive feedback and its importance. To further research on this, think about the following:1. Does feedback need to only be given when someone makes a mistake?2. How does your role as an employee or a manager makes you approach giving feedback?3. How did your prior knowledge or experience with feedback assist you in the material discussed?

    Reflection

    From this interactive slideshow you have learned:1. Steps to giving constructive feedback.2. Situations where feedback is given in the workplace.3. How to apply the steps in common scenarios

    Conclusion

    THANK YOU!