Feedback Tutorial in Four Points

  1. Micro-yes: Start with a point of agreement.
  2. Data point: highlight the specific and avoid blur words that may be misinterpreted.  Be specific about what actions we want to see increased or diminished.
  3. Impact statement: what is the purpose connecting the data points?
  4. Question: what is the essential question to create commitment instead of a monologue?
  5.  (Bonus) Ask for feedback regularly: “pulling feedback” allows for continuous learning.

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