Critique

Not just for Writers — Criticism versus Critique

When you provide feedback (at home, work, or in a writing situation), is your message respectful, honest, useful, clear, and specific?

Hi Laurie

Great post.
It is usually my intent to be respectful, honest, useful, clear, and specific, and sometimes I do not put sufficient attention into how my words are likely to be received, so they don’t always land that way. Sometimes where I am coming from is just too far away, and the terminology infused with too many levels, for clarity to survive the journey – and without clarity, respect is often the second casualty.

And I am really working at being as clear and explicit as possible.

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