Members of any team must value the significance of communication, particularly when setting goals and when attempting to solve problems. One form of communication—feedback—is most helpful when it is given in a descriptive fashion or offers suggestions for members to consider.
List and explain several ways team members can share feedback with one another.
In addition, share what tactics have proved successful or unsuccessful for you when previously providing feedback to a subordinate, peer, or coworker.
Types of feedback:
- Descriptive Feedback
- Start-stop-continue activity
- Envelope exchange
- Confirmation-disconfirmation process
- Management Profile
- Analysis of subunits
- Total unit or organizational analysis
- Open feedback session
- Prescription writing