Why you should ditch the sandwich method when you give feedback
We all know how the feedback sandwich works: Say something nice, then say something critical, then say something nice again to round it out. It's a worn-out formula with a good intention behind it — because bosses are often petrified of saying anything negative to their employees, the feedback sandwich was invented so bosses could couch the "negative" — which is most likely the point of the entire interaction — between two banal "positives."
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