8 Top tips for teaching remote employees how to give feedback to peers

Giving feedback is not easy. It takes patience and experience to do so effectively without feeling uncomfortable or making the other person feel overwhelmed. 

Consequently, many professionals are struggling to learn how to give feedback to peers effectively without judging or being judged. Constructive feedback is vital for a team and for the company’s overall well-being. Giving and receiving feedback, be it positive or negative, is the only way to grow. This is very important in a remote work environment that promotes individual development but often fails to foster communication within the company. As a trainer or manager, you probably want to create a collaborative company culture that centers on open communication, especially in a remote environment. Learn how to teach remote employees to give constructive feedback to their peers. 

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