Feedback does two things:
- show the progress of your work
- identify the points that you should improve
Feedback refers to messages or information that are sent back to the source from where the message came. The speaker adjusts messages by strengthening, de-emphasizing or changing the content or form of the messages.
There are certain dimensions along which feedback is appraised and observed with respect to certain attributes.
The positive-negative dimension measures the degree of optimism or pessimism in the contents of the response given by the receiver to the sender.
The person-focused and message-focused aspect emphasizes the context in which the message is delineated, whether its cynosure is the person who sent it or the message that was sent.
The immediate-delayed dimension checks the timeliness factor of the message that the sender receives in response from the receiver.
The low-monitoring, high-monitoring dimension talks about the spontaneity and sincerity with which the message was responded back to. In effect, the contrasting factor is a tactfully and carefully crafted response to serve a specific purpose in disguise.
The supportive-critical dimension revolves around the magnitude of affirmation or divergence that the message displays in relative comparison of the original message that he sent.
Feed back refers to a message which is sent back to the source from where the message came.
Flown back of information about a product or service to the source or management.
The flow of information back into the control system so that actual performance can be compared with planned performance
Feedback is to give someone a positive and negative on a product or image or just in gereal an opinion but it must be truthful
There are three types
1 status information
2 error and messages