How to Adapt to Direct and Indirect Feedback Styles
Understanding how people communicate feedback is just as important as the feedback itself. As we continue to work in different environments, whether in the office, remote, or even globally, it’s imperative to consider the style of the person you are communicating with — are they direct or indirect communicators?
This tip sheet is for employees and managers to understand the different feedback styles within your organization on team level and individual levels. In addition, some signals will help employees and managers identify which style of communication is preferred.
As part of Emtrain’s Global Mindset skill-building microlesson series, this tipsheet is used as a guide to understanding feedback styles and best practices to put into action. As a result, your employees and managers will communicate more effectively and improve team collaboration and productivity.