MINDSET FOR FEEDBACK
A couple of key points help maintain the best possible mindset for giving corrective feedback..
—–Commit to learning vs. blaming.
—–Blaming looks backward and judges.
—–Learning looks forward to understanding.
—–What I think about your intentions IMPACTS how our conversation goes.
—–I have a right to describe impact but am in NO position to judge intention.
—–My commitment to your well-being WILL BE COMMUNICATED and it WILL MAKE THE DIFFERENCE.
Above all, the manner in which feedback is delivered (from a positive mindset) will determine how the feedback is received.
The Mindset of both the giver and receiver of feedback is crucial to its success!