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Feedback is a Powerful Tool for Growth in Teamwork and Collaboration

Posted on the 12 August 2016 by Jaideep Khanduja @PebbleInWaters

A positive Feedback is always a booster. Alongside, a negative feedback is also equally important. While a positive feedback might overfill the bag and deviate you from the right path. On the other hand, the negative feedback is a sensitive thing. It has to be taken care of properly. Rather, it should always come with objective pointers towards improvement. In fact, without guiding properly it will never help in improving and getting on to the right path. Likewise, there is a new approach to feedback for educators that seems to work well. This new approach helps in realigning your goals. If this is accurate and precise, it can lead to proper growth. Rather it builds a solid connection. In other words, a right kind of feedback always works.

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While teamwork and collaboration are powerful tools in any industry, it requires cultivation. Because there is always a scope of improvement, it has to be in a curative manner. To put it another way, this is the mantra of achieving maximum results. Collaboration helps in setting tasks and goals in a better way. That is to say, it impacts overall performance. The overall design of collaboration helps in better evaluation and supervision. Rather this also helps is building discipline and pace. Peer competition is a healthy way of improvement at the workplace.

Feedback is a very important tool

Is it too hard to give feedback? Or is it too hard to take it positively at the recipient end? Does it happen that it is just for the sake of it? Because it is there in the system, it is not appropriate to just go in an unstructured manner. In fact, it is not a formality. Rather it is a very critical tool. It is important for supervisor to present it in a very structured manner. Otherwise, if it is in a generic or irrelevant manner, it does not serve its purpose.

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