14 Questions to Tell Constructive Feedback from Harmful Criticism

Does It Have the Recipient’s Best Interest at Heart?

For your criticism to be constructive, people must feel two things: that you genuinely believe in their ability to grow and that you have their best interest at heart. Neither can be faked. Because of this, Marshall Goldsmith’s “feedforward” is a more useful construct: “What information and insight will be useful to help you succeed in the future?” Your intent is clear. Now, they can absorb your insights.  

To see more tips from other experts, read the Forbes.com article HERE.

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