From Fast Company: What’s it like to work without any feed­back? To JetBlue chairman Joel Peterson, it’s like “driving a car with no speedometer, learning to cook without ever tasting your food, or playing basket­ball without a score­board.”

But simply giving feed­back isn’t enough: If the commen­tary is vague and construc­tively critiquing[]un-constructively nega­tive, he says, then there won’t be a path for improve­ment. Without speci­ficity, the feed­back will be for naught. · Go to How to give feed­back that actu­ally inspires improve­ment →