EGO – a three-letter word widely misunderstood in the world. Most people cringe or have some sort of negative reaction when they hear it, even if non-verbally. My goal for you reading this? To get you thinking differently.
In my last piece of writing, I spoke about the importance of giving personalized, impactful positive feedback, or ‘kudos’ if you prefer. For this piece, I’m going to focus on feedback given as a way to make someone around you better.
Feedback. A word that most of us probably hear at least weekly, if not daily. It’s usually used to either refer to something good you wanted to say to a colleague or the dreaded ‘feedback’ you’re preparing to share with a difficult person. In our business, we live and breathe feedback every day.