The nuanced distinction in the article below between feedback for young people and feedback for senior people is important. I like when the complexity of an issue is presented and this article does that. It also validates my own experience.
At the goodbye party held for me at YU School Partnership I was touched and surprised by the ways that younger staff in the office articulated the positive impact my encouragement had on them. They reported things like I had pushed them out of their comfort zone, helped them gain confidence and find their voice.
I learned a great deal from the feedback I received from Dr. Scott Goldberg my supervisor at YU School Partnership and Jane Taubenfeld Cohen my wise colleague.
Hope others find this useful as well.
Thank you to Kerri Kervatsi and Hildy Gottleib for bringing this to my attention.
How to Give Effective Feedback, Both Positive and Negative By ALINA TUGEND