Jan 10, 2011 · Consider what you “know” if your colleague John says, “I need to give George some feedback.” I’m guessing what you “know” is that John needs to tell George how something didn’t go so well! And if you hear John say, “I want to give George some advice,” you probably are less sure exactly what the situation is. Answers to these questions will influence how positive and negative feedback are handled. 8 Real-Life Examples. Delivering feedback in an appropriate and nuanced way is challenging. To do it well, practice, experience, and observation are essential. The following examples may provide a starting point:
Mar 27, 2008 · Here's your tip, a sample letter: Dear Client: Thank you! I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for allowing ABC Company the privilege to serve your real estate needs. I would also like to thank you for filling out our client survey. We realize how important your feedback is to our continued improvement and success.