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The culture of the company
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How to do business internationally
Eventos semanales de English Academy
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How to have a successful career
Vocabulary: Interview, Networking and more
How to get your dream job
Your online image
How to deal with rejection
Giving and receiving feedback
Case study: What if you lose your job?
How to improve your soft skills
Vocabulary: Soft skill, Teamwork and more
Mastering communication at work
How to be a good leader?
Why Teamwork is better than being a hero?
How to boost critical thinking?
Work ethics in 21st. century
Case study: 5 tips to learn soft skills
Using practical skills at work
Vocabulary: Back up, Clarify and more
Case study: A phone call in English
Giving a perfect presentation
Active participation in a meeting
Negotiating as the key to your success
A call with your clients
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Aprender a dar y recibir feedback es una de las partes más importantes en todo trabajo. Ya sea positivo o negativo, debes estar preparado o preparada para que estos comentarios sean productivos.
La retroalimentación no es toda igual, pueden no ser constructiva para la persona que lo recibe. Veamos las pautas para un buen feedback.
|Behaviour, not person.||Put the feedback’s focus on the behavior or the situation. Don’t in the person or his personality.|
|Be specific.||The feedback won’t effective if it’s general. Be specific with the situation about what you want them to do.|
|Describe the impact.||If the people don’t change their behavior or continue with the same behavior, what would happen? what would be the impact on their work?|
|Pick the best moment.||If you pick the wrong moment, maybe the person shut off or they’re angry.|
Para darle feedback a otra persona correctamente tienes que estar preparado, no es una tarea que se deba realizar de manera indiferente.
|Time||Give feedback close to the situation. Don’t wait weeks or months to give it.|
|Body language||Take care of your body language and tone of voice. It won’t be effective because the other person will feel like you’re attacking.|
|Content||Prepare the content of your feedback. It’s a good idea to start with positive feedback, later negative feedback, and finally another positive feedback again.|
|Support||*You can’t give feedback and leave. You need support from other people and help them with the situation or behavior. Continue to work with him. *|
Recibir feedback es aún más difícil, porque debes estar preparado o preparada mentalmente y no podrás controlar cómo lo hará la otra persona, pero si podrás recibirlo de forma distinta.
|Ask for feedback||You need to ask your leader for feedback. Get ready to receive it and you can understand what thinks your leader about you and improve it.|
|Focus on the message||Listen to the message and be sure you understand it. If you didn’t understand the feedback, ask a question about it.|
|Don’t take it personal||Think that the feedback is to make you better and to make the company. It’s not about you as a person.|
|What to do next?||Later to receive feedback, say thanks, and try to make yourself a better professional and a better person.|
¿Tienes algún otro consejo para dar o recibir feedback efectivo?
Contribución creada por: Kevin Fiorentino.