6 points to consider for effective feedback

We all have to give and receive feedback at work and also in our relationships - either professional or personal. It is an effective and healthy way to check where we are at and where we need to go in order to improve. At the receiving end, we can use feedback to bolster our strengths and learn from our mistakes. When we are giving feedback to someone else, it's a great opportunity for us to learn how to engage and motivate them and help them to be a better version of themselves. So how can giving feedback be a positive experience even if the content includes (constructive) criticism? The following 6 points could help do just that. What's the intention In my view, everything should start wit

Designing a powerful team

When putting a team together, we often get stuck on the skills each individual has to offer and miss out on some key factors that are at stake. It goes without saying that skills are very important; you can't hire a pilot if the candidate doesn't have the required flying experience not to mention qualifications! However, designing a powerful team requires more than skills and compatible personalities. Recruiting: match-making or allowing individuality and creativity to bloom? Some organisations' recruiting process can be mere match-making. Based on skills promoted on a CV, candidates with the best expertise are selected before they get to prove themselves at an interview. Once at the intervi

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