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  • About the Author: Spencer Harrison

    Spencer Harrison is an associate professor of organizational behavior at INSEAD. He grew up drawing cartoons, invents stories for his kids, likes using the word “puzzle” as a ver…

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How to Give and Receive Feedback About Creative Work
Feedback is crucial for learning and improving, but it’s rarely fun to be on the receiving end of it when it’s critical. Many people have a negative reaction to feedback, especially feedback on their creative work. In a study of seven companies and 11,471 days of creative work, researchers found two striking patterns.