Key skills - making a difference
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Key skills - making a difference

9.5.2a Exchange feedback

It is important to listen to, and take into account, the views and feelings of others. As a member of the group, you need to provide information on the extent to which your own work is meeting expected timescales and quality requirements: ask for and accept feedback from others on the way you are working and the quality of work being done. These skills take time to develop. Try to establish a climate for learning and developing your skills within the group so you can all actively benefit from the work of the group and each other's comments.

Time out

Discuss how the group intends to give each other constructive feedback and those aspects on which you will provide feedback.


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