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David A. Cohen Apr 10
Getting negative is difficult, to say the least. Best response? “I really appreciate you taking the time and the effort to tell me. Thank you.” Here from is a list of 13 ways we unfortunately often deal with negative feedback.
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Spike acro617 18m
No, don't bring that b******* into my !! - , don't care way too much
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Don Rheem 3h
98% of are less engaged when managers give them little to no . It’s vital to provide consistent feedback to your staff. This article by describes 4 steps for conducting feedback conversations that empower employees.
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Shivakumar 4h
What is this not going in app what can i do? Now
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Amber Hurdle 22h
Learn from unhappy customers. They are your greatest teachers.
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Lindsey Pierz 3h
I am looking for some rubric ideas to give kids on their videos. Any resources I could use? Focusing on presentation of ideas and professionalism of videos.
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MUHAMMAD HUSSAIN 6h
33 diverse & concrete attributes that are very important in an inspirational to reward the according to their needs & give corrective on the basis of fact & figure.
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Angry Snapchat User 6h
Snap Games Snake Squat is 🔥 Love the Voice Chat; wish the Original Chat Voice chat Feature would work like that too
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Miller Oil Company 6h
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback, Allie! When your HVAC system needs updated, call Miller Oil Company for your installation!
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Nicole Castillo 19h
I’ve been thinking a lot about what some guidelines could be to manage a process w/colleagues, peers, & folks who report to you. Feedback is hard, & can be difficult to do. Here is what I am noodling on in terms of process:
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Magnolia Healthcare & Rehabilitation 3h
Reviews like these give us the drive to keep bringing our A-game!
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JTMAT:IT Services 10h
The first draft of the Teaching and Learning Repository built on is going well! Looking forward to launching this at our next Executive Group for .
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Patricia Thompson 4h
What is your natural reaction to negative ? Do you see it as a gift? Personal hinges on us accepting and welcoming constructive feedback from others.
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Camhsunitparent Apr 15
Any ideas? interesting that Priory, Huntercombe, Cygnet,St Andrews, Elysium etc don’t ask for patient or family feedback either
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Dr. Liz Hardy 👓 13h
10 Best Practice Ways to Give to Online Students |🦉6. Establish your credibility early. When your students respect your expertise, they find feedback easier to accept.
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Alberto Moro 3h
Replying to @TheFigen
This is a very fair game, indeed! The gamer more skilled drinks more so soon becomes less sharp and gives to the less skilled more opportunity to catch up... in Electronics this is called a system with 😁😁
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Visit Royal Mint 2h
Great feedback for our tour guide Cheryl this week!🌟
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Venn Group 7h
Congratulations to Charlotte Chambers, Joanna Hutchings, Frederick Williams and Suzanna Hanson, who have all received fantastic feedback on our reviews platform this week
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Jaws Apr 16
This is an Email we received over the weekend from a customer. Thank you so much for the feedback. We always enjoy hearing about your experience here at Jaworski Meats.
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Loraine Conn 7h
There is a sneak peak of a different story, not part of the series, on my website. Hope you enjoy it and let me know what you think.
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