When others receive feedback from you, they often feel a sense of satisfaction. You tend to praise by focusing specifically on what you liked, and also provide constructive criticism by focusing on what you found lacking. When it’s your turn to accept feedback you graciously acknowledge it, and apologize whenever you make mistakes.
To improve your communication skills, considering trying the following Styles:
You should DescribeEmphasizing observable or documentable facts, rationality and logic to make a point., so that the recipient of your feedback clearly understands what you like or don’t like about their behavior. It is also a good idea for you to use PrescribeUsing clear, concise terms to focus on what you suggest, need, or expect from another person., so that others know what they need to continue or start doing differently.