People don’t respond well to constructive feedback because of the brain’s “negativity bias.” The human brain is built to put a greater emphasis on the negative versus the positive. This evolved millions of years ago to keep us out of harm’s way. Feedback is important, but doing it wrong can be worse than not doing it at all. From asking questions to telling a story, we share eight ways you enable feedback to be a positive experience focused on learning and growth.
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