Taylor Gordon — March 3, 2018 — March 3, 2018 There will come a time when you work with freelancers and you need to give feedback about their work. I’m usually a very non-confrontational person in my personal life, but when it comes to business, I like to address things head on. This is a … Continue reading How to Give Constructive Feedback to Freelancers
Brent Morrison — June 20, 2017 — June 20, 2017 When you’re creating a new brand, capturing a client’s design feedback is critical to the process. In most cases, clients will want to make changes or see additional concepts. Understanding your client’s needs and asking the right questions is a skill set you can actively … Continue reading Get More Constructive Design Feedback from Clients
by Martina McGowan November 27, 2015 Follow @MartinaMcGowanNovember 27, 2015 Providing criticism can be a little a like walking on eggshells. You want to be helpful, but, sometimes, egos can easily be bruised. However, good criticism has great value. Sometimes people do not understand the mistakes they are making. Providing constructive criticism effectively is a … Continue reading 11 Ways To Make Constructive Criticism Your Most Powerful Ally
Rick GoodmanOctober 11, 2015 I’ve said in the past that one of the greatest gifts a leader can give to team members is the gift of honest feedback. Taking the time to provide a quick word of encouragement or constructive criticism can go a long way toward showing employees that they are noticed and valued; … Continue reading Do You Accept Constructive Feedback?
Rick GoodmanJuly 9, 2015 When you’re a leader, you can’t be afraid of confrontation. Part of your job is making sure that everyone else is doing their job correctly—and if there’s an issue on your team, it’s up to you to address it. There’s a right way and a wrong way to do that, however, … Continue reading Is Your Feedback Truly Constructive?