The ability to provide and accept helpful feedback helps employees to change for the better.
- James makes sure his employees receive regular feedback based on their work.
- Leo finds the balance between critical feedback and praise to boost the spirit of the team.
- Marta receives feedback without hard feelings. She understands that it will help her become a better employee.
- Michael is actively involved in the training process for new employees. He offers the necessary feedback to help every newcomer identity mistakes and avoid them in the future.
- Olivia understands the difference between professional and personal relationships. She never becomes emotional when delivering feedback neither lets feelings compromise her assessment.
- Gwen has a unique approach for every employee when making comments about their work.
- Peter gives motivational feedback that reduces the number of mistakes among employees.
- Ronald has come up with an effective strategy to collect and process reviews.
- Gerald shows appreciation when receiving feedback even when it is negative.
- Gabe is interested in feedback from customers and colleagues.
Exceeds Requirements/More than Satisfactory:
- Oliver is focused on fixing the issue all the time. He assists employees to fix the problem instead of simply blaming them.
- Jennifer always finds the right words to demonstrate employees their mistakes without making them feel bad.
- David graciously handles criticism. He knows how beneficial it can be for his career in particular and our company in general.
- Evan strives to reduce the number of negative user reviews.
- Jeremy listens to all kinds of comments regarding his work, which helps him to perform them more efficiently.
- When receiving a negative commentary, Ellen asks questions to get to the roots of the problem.
- Valerie strives to meet the expectations of customers according to the provided feedback.
- Trevor never starts a debate because of negative feedback. He accepts his mistakes and tries to eliminate them.
- Nathan is able to turn constructive feedback into an opportunity. He always takes criticism well.
- Frank offers great suggestions to improvement to coworkers.
- Bill’s performance has improved after since he listened to the feedback.
- Susan delivers feedback to employees in a professional and polite manner.
- George provides each subordinate of his department with detailed commentaries.
- Portia regularly reviews the work results of her subordinates.
- Emma never overreacts when listening to comments about her work.
- Thomas maintains a polite and positive behavior when receiving commentaries from customers.
- Even when the feedback is negative, Harry thanks the person who delivers it.
- Ronald takes criticism with confidence. He is aware of his negative qualities and tries his best to overcome them.
- Michael engages customers to share feedback regarding their experience with our company.
- Samantha has never lost her temper when receiving negative feedback directly from the company’s customers.
- David does not mind receiving feedback but he turns a deaf ear when actually listening to it.
- Jerry ignores all the negative comments he receives at the workplace.
- Arthur becomes annoyed whenever colleagues hint at his problem qualities. He can’t stand negative commentaries.
- Harry takes criticism close to his heart.
- Robert fails to express his opinion clearly on someone else’s work. His commentaries are unhelpful.
- Richard fails to recognize the benefits of constructive feedback.
- Elizabeth does not know when to stop when giving feedback. Her commentaries are too long.
- Lucy gets personally offended when the team leader addresses her mistakes.
- Emma refuses to accept criticism even when she deserves it.
- Arnold includes inappropriate humor in his feedback, which violates the company’s policies.
- Vince gives too many unnecessary comments.
- Coworkers do not provide Gregory with feedback because he takes it very poorly.
- George hates when people are trying to guide him in the right direction.
- Rachel only accepts positive feedback.
- Agatha gets angry at unhappy clients who dare to express any complaints.
- Thomas does not care what people think about her work.
- Marta lacks communication skills. She is bad at giving advice.
- Michelle is insensitive. Her negative feedback hurts the feelings of the employees.
- Sandra’s feedback does not help employees to perform better.
- Michael is bad at reviewing other employees’ work.