A video response to Mikey Krajnak’s video about ways that interpreters accept and deal with feedback. I relate my experience in the MA in Interpreting Studies program at WOU and what I’m learning about effective and nonjudgmental ways interpreters can give each other feedback, including Demand-Control Schema, Observation-Supervision, and Case Conferencing. I also ask Mikey what he thinks about whether “the customer is always right” and how to give good customer service as an interpreting professional.
Re: Interpreters receiving feedback even when it’s mean or vague
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Free feedback! You can set up your YouTube video to be private, and only invite your instructors and your classmates, and no one else can see it. Solves your issue quite easily.