How to make the most of constructive criticism

11/26/2011 | CBS MoneyWatch

Constructive criticism works best when it's to the point, according to management experts. Sugar coating your feedback can make it harder for a team member to understand your message. However, you should ask questions to understand the other person's perspective and tailor your feedback to avoid offense. And don't broadcast your criticism publicly. Constructive criticism is most effective when it is given in private.

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