Running a digital team and being a digital project manager or a product owner is an important job. When working with your (possibly remote) team it’s important to give them quality and constructive feedback, instead of negative feedback to ensure their moral and productivity stays high. For those who are struggling to give constructive feedback to their people, here are some of the ways you can make this happen without creating too much negativity within the team.
How to Give Constructive Feedback
Be Clear and Straight To The Point
When giving feedback it’s important to address your team with a clear message. Get straight to the point and don’t walk around the subject. When talking about the feedback it’s also important to share the purpose of why you’re bringing it up. It could be that sales have dropped and the method that was used to promote a business may need to be addressed. By giving the purpose of why you’re bringing the feedback to their attention, it will help your team understand where you’re coming from better and give them more motivation to change things to meet a better outcome.