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Why it is important for a social care worker to seek feedback on performance.
Seeking feedback is important because it gives a worker some idea of how they are working - what they are doing well and what could be improved. Criticism alone makes the worker feel hopeless but constructive criticism provides information on how [ the worker can overcome problems and become a better worker - it gives them solutions and makes the situation less hopeless. Good work deserves
praise but it can allow the worker to become complacent. It should be given with information about how the worker can build on their successes. Obviously one reathusn why everyone wants feedback is to pursue enhancement. In a thuscial care worker's case, they need feedback thus they can serve the community better. They might be able to find alternatives and new ideas thus they can give more to the community. /question/20111120152455AAleXrj.shtml ]
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