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Workers often think of receivingfeedback from the boss as anegative experience. And although supervisors are well aware of the benefits constructive feedback can have on employees, they are hesitant to offer it in the workplace due to their fear of how employees will respond. This is a shame because when management uses feedback correctly, it is a great tool to improve connections among staff members and to build trust throughout the entire company. HOW TO GIVE MEANINGFUL FEEDBACK WITHOUT ALIENATING TEAM MEMBERS Supervisors can improve their feedback and without hurting their working relationships with staff members by following a few guidelines. Show you care about the employee.No one respects a person who doesnt genuinely care about them. It is critical to approach the process of giving feedback as an opportunity for the worker to improve themselves and make their job easier and more effective. If possible, avoid giving the employee a score, and focus the feedback on identifying