Constructive Feedback - Exercise

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Constructive Feedback - Exercise

Constructive Feedback

Duration: 5 minutes.

In this exercise, you will respond to the following questions about constructive feedback.


  1. Which of the following is false:
    1. Parroting tells the speaker the words that were heard.
    2. Paraphrasing tells the speaker the words were understood.
    3. Parroting is better than paraphrasing.
    4. A person can parrot a speaker but not understand the original message.

  2. If an employee is not getting work done on time, which of the following sentences would be received the best and give the best constructive criticism?
    1. What's wrong with you?
    2. You do great work. Would it be possible to meet the deadlines? I know can do it.
    3. You do great work. What do you need to help you meet the deadlines? I know you want to.
    4. You're too slow.

Solution:

Solutions:


  1. C. "Parroting is better than Paraphrasing." is false.

  2. C. You do great work. What do you need to help you meet the deadlines? I know you want to.
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