- Real examples of a feedback culture in companies
- Self-confidence and the ability to address even unpleasant truths
- Understanding reactions to feedback
- Appreciating, acknowledging, and assessing feedback received
- Characteristics of constructive feedback More info
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Open feedback culture: Constructive communication for motivated employees
An open feedback culture is an important component of a successful company. It promotes constructive communication, strengthens collaboration and enables personal growth.
Create a positive atmosphere for discussion
A positive conversational atmosphere is critical to an open feedback culture. Companies should create an environment where employees can freely express their opinions and ideas without fear of negative consequences. An atmosphere of openness and appreciation enables employees to give and accept honest and constructive feedback.
Promote constructive and appreciative communication
Constructive feedback should be based on honesty and appreciation. Feedback givers should focus on behavior and performance, not on the person. They should be specific, clear, respectful and identify areas for improvement. Employees should be able to accept feedback without feeling personally attacked and view it as an opportunity for personal growth.