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Giving feedback

Slide Content

The slide titled "Giving feedback" focuses on guidelines for providing constructive feedback. The bulleted list includes points such as giving both positive and negative feedback, avoiding generalizations in favor of descriptive and factual statements, refraining from using labels or being judgmental, being precise rather than exaggerating, speaking from personal experience rather than accusing, using "I" statements before "you" statements, and being confident in the feedback provided. Each point is an admonition to communicate in a manner that is helpful and encourages improvement without causing defensiveness.

Graphical Look

  • The title "Giving feedback" is prominently displayed in white text on a dark teal ribbon banner at the top of the slide.
  • A stylized left border featuring a teal bookmark tab complements the title banner.
  • The main content is a bulleted list of black text on a white background, with each bullet point accompanied by a dark blue subheader emphasizing its key term.
  • To the right, two speech bubbles contain example phrases, one negative in a purple bubble with a frowning face icon, and one constructive in a green bubble with a smiling face icon.
  • Each speech bubble also contains a stylized icon: the negative feedback bubble has a ticking clock, and the positive feedback bubble shows a figure with a speech bubble emanating from its head to signify active communication.
  • A circular icon with a figure wearing a construction helmet and a lightning bolt illustrates the concept of "give feedback to help" above the speech bubbles.

The slide has a clean and professional design with a balanced layout using colors and icons to visually separate and emphasize key points. The use of contrasting colors for the speech bubbles immediately draws attention to the examples of constructive versus negative feedback.

Use Cases

  • To train employees or managers on effective communication skills during a workshop or seminar.
  • As part of a human resources presentation on best practices for performance reviews.
  • During conflict resolution sessions, to demonstrate how to give feedback that facilitates dialog rather than escalating tensions.
  • In leadership development programs, emphasizing the importance of precise and supportive feedback to team members.

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