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Giving feedback work not person example sentence pptx
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Giving feedback - Tips and tricks 7

Slide Content

The slide is geared toward providing effective feedback. It advises to "Provide information about work, not the person," indicating the importance of focusing on constructive work-related feedback, rather than criticizing personal characteristics which can be seen as unprofessional and hurtful. The slide illustrates this by contrasting two types of feedback: a negative personal attack "You're a snob."—non-constructive and aggressive, versus a professional, work-related comment "Sometimes in meetings you make me feel uncomfortable because you don’t take into account other people’s opinions."—more detailed and focuses on behavior in a work context.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clear and colorful layout with a plain white background for clarity.
  • The title is at the top in a large, bold, black font for emphasis.
  • There are two speech bubble shapes with different styles representing different types of feedback.
  • The first speech bubble is purple with a sad emoji and a direct quote expressing a personal attack.
  • The second speech bubble is green with a happy emoji and a longer quote expressing more constructive feedback.
  • A teal banner runs behind the subtitle, "Provide information about work, not the person," distinguishing it from other text.
  • The slide employs contrasting colors—purple against green—to differentiate poor feedback from good feedback visually.

The slide sports a modern and simple design that uses color contrasts and emoticons to quickly convey the sentiment behind the feedback examples. The visual elements are straightforward and focus attention on the critical differences between personal and work-related feedback.

Use Cases

  • To train employees or team members on constructive communication and giving effective feedback.
  • Included in human resources training workshops focused on interpersonal skills and conflict resolution.
  • As part of a management or leadership course teaching how to improve team dynamics and productivity.
  • In any professional development session aimed at fostering a positive and productive work environment.

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