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<p>A supervisor says she received a complaint from a patient about rude treatment. She asks you, the registrar, whom the complaint is about, to listen to a recording of the call. Then, the supervisor asks if you think you provided good customer service. This approach could lead the team member to become embarrassed and defensive — and could permanently damage the feedback loop between supervisor and employee.</p>

Feedback on Problematic Calls Comes from Coworkers, Not Supervisors