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April 18, 2006


good stuff Hector - but still hard to be on the receiving end.

Positive feedback is very important too, and sometimes I feel that we neglect that, and end up taking /being taken for granted.

I think if more (genuine)positive feedback were given - also using the BICA method, we would all be much more open to the corrective.

I love it though that you talk about dividing the person and the behaviour - something we should all remember to do.


Great post - I enjoyed it immensely.


I'm going to try that with my 2nd graders. But since I'm always intervening, my *I* has to include the impact on others as well as me. I'll let you know how it works.

Marie Cecile

What you wrote is wonderful Hector, all too often bosses belittle their employees in front of others. Glad your not one of them, but one that cares. God Bless You

Steve Bogner

Humility helps when accepting feedback! I actually like to get feedback because I am so horrible at perceiving others' opinions of me and my work. As a consultant, getting feedback on what I do and how I do it is how I improve; actually, that works for just about any occupation...

Mary Poppins NOT (Renee)

I am going to try this with my 12 year old son. He is requiring so much feedback it appears as if I am constantly picking on him. Thank for this tool, it is an answer to prayer.

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