Feedback

   

Definition: Feedback is the process of reacting or responding to previously obtained information, typically about someone's performance in a certain job / position.

Giving feedback often happens during employee improvement conversations, performance evaluations, or a formal appraisal of an employee. The feedback giver(s) provides comments and discusses positive and negative points. The purpose of giving feedback is (should be) that the work of people or of the processes within an organization can be improved.


   

   

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