At work or at home, or beyond, we need to master the art of giving feedback.
Giving a general feedback, ‘you are good, you are doing great job, keep it up, you are indispensable’.., will have no holistic, desired impact. It could actually have a negative effect. The child/team-member may feel there is no need to try harder as he is already ‘great’!

But when the feedback is on specifics, ‘the particular act’ makes you great/indispensable, it works wonders. The recipient knows clearly what particular act makes him great. That sticks and is a motivator.

So the next time we give feedback, let us make it holistic and ensure it serves purpose… ENCHANTS the recipient!

Employee Motivation | How to Really Praise Employees | Inc.com

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