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Organizational Consultation XXVI: Feedback (Part Three)

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I have provided summary statements in the following chart regarding ways in which both deficit and appreciative approaches contribute to or distract from each of the twelve functions served by feedback systems in contemporary organizations. Using this summary analysis as a foundation, I will describe appreciative feedback processes in this essay that fulfill many if not all the twelve functions I identified in a previous essay and will link appreciative feedback strategies to the overarching goal of fully releasing the human capital that is to be found in every organization.



The Functions of Feedback and Appreciation

The Feedback Function                Deficit-Model                               Appreciative Model

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