There are constructive ways to give feedback.
"Would you please stop turning your car around in my driveway?" or "I'd really appreciate it if you could be less noisy in our office." These are just a couple of examples of expressing your opinion. But expressing your opinion, or giving feedback, about another person's annoying behavior can be incredibly difficult. Many people are afraid that the other person will be offended and therefore avoid confrontation. That's not so strange, because you make yourself vulnerable by confronting someone with an issue. After all, you never know how the other person will respond.
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Do you have to tell your husband for the millionth time that it annoys you when he leaves his dirty socks next to the hamper instead of inside it? Do you find it extremely irritating that your neighbor allows her dog to poop on the neighborhood playground without cleaning it up? Are you tired of your coworker constantly taking up two parking spots, not leaving room for you? Or do you want to compliment a coworker about her performance? This learning journey is intended for people who want to give feedback correctly in these kinds of situations.
Voicing your opinion is important because you will save yourself and others lots of misery if you express your frustrations. Perhaps it's strange or even unthinkable to give feedback to others in your environment. But how can you ensure that you can express what is bothering you? That you don't avoid the confrontation without attacking the other person? How can you give positive criticism about another person's behavior? This is something you'll learn in this feedback course. And, of course, you should pick out what you need in order to discuss difficult issues in a respectful manner.
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