6 Tips for Framing Constructive Feedback to Your Team

Being open to improving your work is a sign of success

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Editor’s note: This piece is part of our Columnist Network series, which explores the tactical thoughts and actions from Adweek’s community of high-level experts. Today, Rishad Tobaccowala shares his weekly newsletter—below are his thoughts on the importance of giving and seeking out constructive feedback within teams.

To grow, one needs to continuously improve. A key ingredient to improvement is feedback. Feedback, however, is both difficult to give and receive. Feedback challenges are even more pronounced these days due to three factors:

Covid-19: An increasingly sensitive workforce emerging from a year of Covid-19-driven challenges with heightened emotions and changed mindsets.

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