We also asked respondents an additional question: Would they prefer praise/recognition or corrective feedback? And this time their replies did surprise us. A significantly larger number (57%) preferred corrective feedback; only 43% preferred praise/recognition. Well, perhaps that's not surprising, since our most emphatic finding related to which kind of feedback had the most impact on people's job performance. When asked what was most helpful in their career, fully 72% said they thought their performance would improve if their managers would provide corrective feedback.
People believe constructive criticism is essential to their career development. They want it from their leaders. But their leaders often don't feel comfortable offering it up. From this we conclude that the ability to give corrective feedback constructively is one of the critical keys to leadership, an essential skill to boost your team's performance that could set you apart.
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Como no puede ser de otra forma una de las patas del pensamiento crítico tiene que estar sustentada por la percepción del entorno.