The traditional method of providing constructive criticism/feedback would sound something like this:
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Most of us would rather have a root canal than give an employee feedback about poor performance. Yet, we will eagerly discuss - or is it complain - about these issues with colleagues or loved ones. What stops us from providing feedback?