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When Constructive Feedback Isn’t So “Constructive” (and How to Do it Better)

In David Rock's groundbreaking book "Your Brain at Work," the reader travels inside our brains in which we learn how to use our brain to become more productive at work. In several chapters, Rock shares powerful techniques on how to effectively change other people's behavior. The primary way we facilitate change is giving others feedback. Yet, surprisingly, giving feedback is rarely the right way to create real change.  Rock makes a wise observation: People miss the basic reality of feedback: feedback creates a strong threat for people in most situations.  One of the ways feedback has been mandated and institutionalized is in the form ...