For the proper functioning of the company and satisfied employees, it is important to lead people properly, motivate, manage, but last but not least, give and receive feedback. Supervisors often make the mistake of not wanting to hear criticism from their employees and not allowing them to voice their opinions. This can give them the feeling that they are doing everything right and have no need to change or improve. Both feedback and criticism are important for both employees and management.
Giving or receiving (even constructive) feedback may not be entirely easy. In order not to get into unnecessary conflict or even arguments, there are certain rules that need to be followed in this type of conversation.
How to go about giving constructive feedback/criticism
How to receive feedback/criticism?
However, it is important to remember that giving and receiving feedback correctly is not something you learn over night. As with many other things you encounter at work, practice makes perfect.