Feedback with MIMO method

It consists of giving feedback in a way that adds value and allows the person to whom it is being offered to improve.
The acronym for MIMO (Mantener, Incorporar, Mejorar, y Omitir) is a way of reminding us that giving feedback is more useful if it is done in a caring way. It consists of:
  • (Mantener) Maintain the actions and guidelines that generate value. What did you like the most?
  • (Incorporar) Incorporate behaviors or actions that were not present. Is there anything you would add?
  • (Mejorar) Improve those attitudes or behaviors. How could you improve?
  • (Omitir) Omit those guidelines that have not added value to achieve the expected result. Do you think something could be omitted?
With this methodology, useful and truthful information will be obtained, avoiding damaging the self-esteem of the other person.
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