How to Criticise People without Causing Offence

In life we often need to criticise the actions of others, yet at the same time it can be a daunting task. Nobody likes being told their are wrong or need correcting. Yet, just because people may not like being criticised, doesn’t mean we can avoid doing it. If we allow people to continue doing the wrong thing, we will just resent their action and inwardly hold it against them. This is not a good situation; however, it is quite possible to criticise others, without making them our permanent enemy. These are some tactful Ways to criticise others:


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2 Responses to How to Criticise People without Causing Offence

  1. MToots says:

    These are pretty good…as long as we remember that to criticise someone is to help them improve in some area, not to get them to adhere to our own opinions and desires. Its a pretty fine line we walk!

  2. Heather says:

    “Nobody likes being told THEIR are wrong”…This person needs to do more than spell check! I find it humorous this person has an error in such a paragraph. Anyone else?

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