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Three Things You Should Always Include When Giving Feedback by Email

Feedback is tough to give, especially over email when you don’t have body language or facial expressions to help you come across the right way. Include these three elements in emailed feedback to focus on the work rather than dwelling on the criticism. Read more...
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