1. I sent an email to a customer because I need to know when we have our next training. I am still waiting for her feedback.
2. Yesterday I got all the feedbacks from the seminar participants.
Some important things to remember:
1. If you ask someone a direct question, you expect to get an answer, not feedback. (Feedback is not an “answer”.)
2. If you want someone’s opinion, observation or criticism (positive or negative), then maybe you want their feedback.
3. We cannot count feedback. It’s like “information”. There is no “s”. I cannot give you three feedbacks.(incorrect) I can give you some or a lot of feedback (like “information”), but I cannot count it.
4. In my feedback, I have several points I would like to give you.
I am an InCorporate Trainer for Target Training in Stuttgart, Germany. I look forward to being able to help those who want to improve their Business English as well as get some good ideas from other trainers out there.