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From the Economist Edge Series, an essential new guide on giving, soliciting and receiving feedback.
We are surrounded by feedback, whether we're being asked to like, rate, or otherwise comment on products, services, or even people. At work, the right kind of feedback delivered at the right time and in the right way can help us all to learn and improve. In reality, though, that's easier said than done.
Help is at hand. Margaret Cheng's six golden rules and Giving Good Feedback Framework offer a clear guide to what feedback is, how we can master the things that get in the way and deploy some simple techniques to make feedback a more routine—and less emotionally charged—part of our routine work communications.
Margaret Cheng has thirty years' experience as a Senior HR Manager, Executive and Career Coach, and Director of a social enterprise. She previously wrote on business-related topics for an HR and outplacement consultancy and CIPD magazine and has appeared on Working Lunch. Cheng has also been published by The Wildlife Trust, Bloomsbury Festival, Bloomsbury Radio and Friends on the Shelf. She lives in Britain.
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