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Giving feedback - Tips and tricks 2
The slide presents guidance on giving constructive feedback, emphasizing the use of descriptive sentences instead of just expressions of emotion. It contrasts two different feedback statements: one is a general, less descriptive expression, "I liked how you organized the tasks." The other one is more detailed and helpful, "I liked the way you organized the tasks in groups so they were carried out more easily." This more informative feedback example illustrates the effectiveness of specificity in feedback.
- At the top, the slide title "Giving feedback - Tips and tricks 2" is displayed in large white text set against a dark background.
- A light teal ribbon banner with the text "Use descriptive sentences, not just an impression" in white crosses the slide horizontally just below the title.
- Two speech bubble shapes are placed in the center and the right of the slide. The left bubble is dark purple with a frowning emoticon and white text, the right bubble is a dark purple with a partial fold design.
- The right speech bubble has a smiling emoticon in green with black text.
- Both speech bubbles contain feedback examples contrasting in detail and positivity.
- The slide employs a colorful palette with dark purple, green, and teal as primary colors.
The overall look of the slide is modern and engaging with its use of contrasting colors and emoticons to emphasize the difference in feedback approaches.
- In a workshop on effective communication or interpersonal skills to illustrate how to give constructive feedback.
- During a management training session to help leaders provide better support and guidance to their team members.
- In a human resources presentation focusing on performance reviews and how to deliver actionable, positive feedback.
- As part of an educational course for teachers or mentors on how to give feedback that fosters growth and improvement.