Why Adding Culture and Values into constructive feedback is extremely significant

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Every human in this world has philosophy, every human's backbone is philosophy, And philosophy's backbone is values and culture. Values and culture is what develops a philosophy 

A child when it comes into this world the only characteristic which was instilled in him is gender....every other crook and corner of there personalities, their behavior their way of conduct was dissolved into there being by their parents, by the environment, by the society...all of these contributes a valid reason for the constitution of a child's psyche..and somehow when a child grows into an adult man he still has that same constitute of his psyche as it was when he was a child

Therefore the best way to help a person to grow is to give a constructive feedback...which is enriched by values and culture with which he can relate or at least understand from where they are derived

If you give a feedback in a soulless form it is just a paper filled to the brim with empty numbers and graph but instead if you know that person's characteristics his philosophy........the cultures and values then the person will relate to the feedback in much deeper sense and can chose to develop his or her skills as per it fits...

"The beginning of every development begins with the turning back to a person's own culture and values"

Sometime you might need to give ideas and show them about the culture which they are surrounded with(condition is if they don't already know about it)

Which will help them to expand the horizon of there brain while growing...

Thanks to the constructive feedback

As the definition of constructive feedback is "Constructive feedback is information-specific, issue-focused, and based on observations. It comes in two varieties: Praise and criticism are both personal judgments about a performance effort or outcome, with praise being a favorable judgment and criticism, an unfavorable judgment."

I personally believe that while we use constructive feedback we should be showing our understanding that we know that they r doing there best right now(even if they r not)and give a feedback in such a way that it coincide with there culture but still might challenge there values or expand them (we must present them in a gentle way) is crucial in expanding the horizon of there mind and do a genuine impact on there performance.

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