Giving and receiving feedback can be as anxiety producing and uncomfortable as a root canal. That’s why many of us deliver it unconsciously, when we’re triggered, and why receivers can perceive it to be so hurtful. Lisa Zigarmi, Leaderlab facilitator and executive coach, writes about this in her latest article in Forbes magazine, showing what to do when you receive feedback that is more harmful than helpful. And conversely, how to avoid giving feedback that is reactive rather than constructive. Click here to learn how to give feedback that does more good than harm.