Part 2 of our guidance on giving multiple pieces of Feedback to your peer around one event.
We associate the word "feedback" with annual reviews or managers evaluating directs, but actually, we all evaluate and give feedback all day long. A colleague asks for an opinion on an email, a presentation, a web layout, or your boss asks you to research a potential vendor or software, or you're just looking at your own work. Since it's such a common occurrence, we ought to learn to do it well.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What do I do if a peer asks for Feedback?
- How Do I Give A Peer Multiple Pieces Of Feedback At A Time?
- Why Should I Learn To Be A Good Evaluator?
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