Assertively Delivering Constructive Criticism
Constructive criticism is an important component of any successful business organization, specifically in the relationship between an employee and a manager or supervisor. The purpose of delivering constructive criticism is to outline the elements in the performance of an employee that can be improved, and how to actually improve them. In this course you will learn about the fundamental theoretical and practical implications related to the process of delivering constructive criticism, as well as the best business practices for assertively conducting this process.
- Understand the fundamental aspects that are associated with the process of delivering constructive criticism.
- Understand the business importance of assertively delivering constructive criticism to benefit both the employee and the organization.
- Incorporate the industrial knowledge and concepts of successfully preparing, planning, and delivering constructive criticism.
- Develop strategies that will best reflect on the needs and requirements of delivering constructive criticism through showing availability and the emphasizing the importance of establishing goals.
About this course
Constructive Criticism is one of the essential elements which drive individuals within an organization towards improvement and further success. This process is vital for an organization because it can determine the perception of the employee about the organization, therefore it must be carefully approached with a clean slate, and with the organizational success at mind.
This course is developed to provide a theoretical and practical understanding of the concepts and aspects which are related to the process of delivering constructive criticism. Furthermore, this course aims to support you in the process of gaining the necessary knowledge so that you can utilize the best business practices for appropriately delivering constructive criticism, how to determine the right aspects of delivering it, and to ensure that there is a mutually binding goal of improving the performance of the employee for the overall benefit of the organization.