Good feedback is one that is:
1. Specific: Avoid general comments. Try to include examples to clarify your statement. Offering alternatives rather than just giving advice allows the receiver to decide what to do with your feedback.
2. Timely: Being prompt is the key since feedback loses its impact if delayed for too long.
3. Polite: While it is important to share feedback, the recipient should not feel offended by the language of the feedback.
4. Offering continuing support: Feedback sharing should be a continuous process. After offering feedback, let recipients know you are available for support.
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