Constructive feedback is often looked at as something terrible, but it shouldn’t be that way. This form of communication in the workplace makes you a better employee and colleague.
It’s all in the approach. If the feedback is framed in such a way that you can genuinely learn from your strengths and weaknesses, the result is a better you in the workplace. What is not to love about that? As an employee, there is always room to grow. Although perfection in the office is often sought after, it is not so easy to attain. It takes time to become entirely comfortable with your skills. You should welcome the feedback and look forward to the fact that this could take you to the next level professionally.
In this course, we are going to find out what constructive feedback is when it pertains to the workplace and how it should be viewed and received. A professional attitude is all that is needed when your manager brings critiques to the table. This attitude is the route to a productive conversation and helps set meaningful workplace relationships on a solid foundation.
Take advantage of this learning situation to listen to those who have your best work interests at heart. It’s a winning position to be in.
You Will Learn:
- How constructive feedback is meant to be motivational
- How to deal with improper feedback from your manager
- The steps to take when receiving feedback
- Important takeaways you should look for when receiving constructive feedback
Benefits of Taking This Course:
- Your approach to constructive feedback can help make you a more productive employee
- You can build a positive relationship between you and your manager
- You are going to learn how to make negatives into positives in the workplace
- Allows you to take what you have learned into any work environment
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