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Written vs. Verbal form of feedback
The PowerPoint slide contrasts the differences between written and verbal feedback. Written feedback is noted to require more thought before composing, is not constrained by timing, provides a record for both sender and receiver, and generally takes longer than verbal communication. Verbal feedback, in contrast, is highlighted as being easier to receive during verbal communications and being a more personal and intimate form of interaction, suggesting immediate exchange and emotional connection.
- The slide background is white.
- Slide title is in bold teal font, central at the top.
- The slide is divided into two columns for comparison, each headed by a larger teal banner with white text.
- On the left, "Written feedback" with an icon of a pen in a teal circle.
- On the right, "Verbal feedback" with an icon of a speech bubble in a teal circle.
- Underneath each header, there's a grey rectangular text box with bullet points in black text.
- Four bullet points detail attributes of written feedback, while two explain verbal feedback.
- There's a balance in color scheme with teal, grey, and white dominating, providing clear segmentation.
The overall look is clean, professional, and the slide is effective in visually distinguishing between written and verbal feedback through its symmetric and minimalist design.
- To educate teams or individuals on the best practices for giving and receiving feedback.
- During a communication skills workshop to illustrate the merits and drawbacks of different feedback methods.
- For HR presentations highlighting company policies on employee evaluations and performance reviews.
- As part of leadership training to guide managers on effectively communicating with their staff.