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Negative feedback culture research

12-15-2021 04:30 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: Code Inspiration

Warsaw, Poland, December 15, 2021. - Code Inspiration custom software development and consulting company has completed the research on negative feedback culture.
The core of the research is responses of business professionals from many countries. They provided insightful comments on:
- overall attitude to negative feedback in their companies and countries;
- how getting and sharing negative feedback happens;
- any established procedures on getting and sharing negative feedback;
- any other comments regarding negative feedback culture in their business.

The research provides a great understanding of negative feedback culture in such regions and countries as the USA, Canada, Estaren and Western Europe, Asia and Near East. The research contains descriptions of popular negative feedback techniques, such as for example “Sandwich method”, which is popular in the US, but is heavily criticized in Singapore.

“Working with business professionals from various countries, I often ask how they deal with negative feedback in their companies, are there any established procedures for it or maybe negative feedback is simply not allowed. Collected responses resulted in the research explaining aspects and peculiarities of negative feedback culture.’’ - Explained Ms. Yulia Koroleva, Chief Business Development Officer at Code Inspiration, member of the Forbes Business Development Council.

The Code Inspiration team also welcomes business professionals to comment on the topic and get featured in the research.

Poland, Warsaw, 00-684, ul. Hoza, 86 lok. 410.

Code Inspiration is a software development and consulting company from Poland. We offer software development services for both startups and large companies. Have been operating since 2012.

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