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'I think he needs to work a little more on giving feedback.'
'They say my tests are too hard. Maybe I should switch from Essay to Connect-the-Dot.'
Feedback should be sought for genuine reasons, not because you want compliments. . .
"I like to give direct feedback. It's a character building. . ."
"He's not comfortable with confrontation...So he tries to find forms of 'feedback' that he finds less stressful."
"To give him credit...normally I think these staff 'consultations' are a complete waste of time...but he's been in his office all morning working on our ideas."
"Our work is all about communication, we need to have an empathy for our clients."
'I thought for patient feedback there was a form you were meant to fill in?'
'Man, I hate these exit polls.'
'He's always had difficulty giving people negative feedback!'
'I haven't dated that many people. Why do you ask?'
Feedback Card: How was your death?
"Look, I need honest feedback. Try not to get caught up in whether or not I'll fire you for it later."
'It hurts to hear your customer service could be better, doesn't it?'
'You call this a store? I don't like your sign!'
"Actually, boss, the problem isn't the amount of face time we get with you... it's the quality of it!"
"Someone put something negative in the suggestion box. To find out who, we're taking fingerprints and handwriting samples."