“Feedback is never helpful, and can be more damaging than anything,” says your teammate that has never had positive feedback before.
Feedback has always been an important part of the editing process of a project. How do you give and receive positive feedback to improve performance and work for better end results?
Follow these communication tips for giving constructive feedback for teams:
- Have a balance of both positive and negative feedback
- All feedback should be constructive, not destructive
- Be specific, vague feedback will only cause confusion and miscommunication
- Give suggestions, include ideas of how to improve
- Give feedback in a timely manner, do not wait until a long amount of time has passed
With these tips in mind, here are some of the best ways to set up and give feedback in the board, for a better end result.