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Using the Four Types of Feedback Effectively

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You've likely heard when you deliver feedback it should be balanced. When you have heard that, what people typically are suggesting that you should strive to give people a balance of positive and n...
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10 Smart Rules for Giving Negative Feedback

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Business success is based upon everyone involved pulling their weight, performing their specific roles as required, and adhering to acceptable behaviour both morally and legally.


Unfortunately, the nature of business itself and the varying levels of experience and expertise of employees, usually means that not everyone is willing or able to perform as expected, and they will need to be given feedback that to them will be more negative than positive.


This excellent article, suggests that providing this type of feedback is needed to improve behaviour to bring out the best in a business, and it provides 10 rules you can follow to ensure the effective delivery of such feedback.


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The Situation – Behavior – Impact Feedback Tool: Providing Clear, Specific Feedback

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Learn how to deliver focused feedback.
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360-Degree Feedback: Encouraging Teamwork and Improving Performance (Sometimes!)

360-Degree Feedback: Encouraging Teamwork and Improving Performance (Sometimes!) | Feedback | Scoop.it
If implemented effectively, this approach to gathering feedback can encourage teamwork and improves performance. Find out how to implement an effective 360 degree evaluation process.
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How Good is Your Feedback?: How Good is Your Feedback?

How Good is Your Feedback?: How Good is Your Feedback? | Feedback | Scoop.it
Find out good you are at giving feedback, and discover how you can use it to boost your people's performance.
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Coaching with Feedback: Helping Your People to Improve Their Performance

Coaching with Feedback: Helping Your People to Improve Their Performance | Feedback | Scoop.it
Coaching is one of the most effective ways of improving an individual's performance. Learn how to use feedback as a coaching tool for developing talent in your team.
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Giving Praise: Recognizing Good Work

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Learn why, when and how you should praise others in the workplace.
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The Losada Ratio: Balancing Positive and Negative Interactions

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Improve your team's performance by creating a more positive workplace.
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Giving Feedback: Keeping Team Member Performance High, and Well-Integrated

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Frequent and effective feedback increases productivity and team harmony. Use these strategies to improve how you give and receive feedback.
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Educational Leadership:Feedback for Learning:Seven Keys to Effective Feedback

Educational Leadership:Feedback for Learning:Seven Keys to Effective Feedback | Feedback | Scoop.it

"Advice, evaluation, grades—none of these provide the descriptive information that students need to reach their goals. What is true feedback—and how can it improve learning?"

According to Grant Wiggins, feedback "is information about how we are doing in our efforts to reach a goal." After providing this definition and a number of examples the reader will see that two types of feedback have been shown. He uses this information to show that the type of feedback provided is critical and then proceeds to give "feedback essentials" with a description and information on each essential. These include: goal-referenced, tangible and transparent, actionable, user-friendly, timely, ongoing, and consistent. Additional information is also provided as well as a look at Feedback vs. Advice and Feedback vs. Evaluation and Grades. With the new school year starting this article will give you much to think about when it comes to providing feedback for your students.


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Lisl Trowbridge's curator insight, October 15, 2014 1:23 PM

Wiggins provides 7 key elements of feedback.

Tony Palmeri's curator insight, October 4, 2015 7:27 PM

Feedback and advice are not synonymous! 

 

Great suggestions on providing effective feedback. Giving feedback that is actionable is important when providing instructional supervision and support. 

Erin Ryan's curator insight, October 19, 2015 8:15 PM

Feedback is information given to help us understand how we are doing when working to achieve a goal. Feedback should be goal-referenced meaning the information we provide gives the person information as to whether they are on track. It should be tangible and transparent, actionable, user-friendly, timely, ongoing and consistent. Specific examples of what was right and what needs work are very important to the receiver. As administrators, we need to be continuously providing our teachers feedback both formally and informally through meetings (face to face), discussions, emails.