In this video, Lisa and Elizabeth share why to ask for feedback while still maintaining your expertise and credibility.
- If you're developing informal leadership…it's easy to assume that asking for feedback…will undermine your expertise or credibility.…That's not true.…The best leaders, formal and informal,…rely heavily on those around them.…So if you have an important project…a challenging customer scenario,…or an ambitious goal…asking for feedback will actually help you excel.…But, you don't want to go around asking everyone…for generic feedback.…
You should be asking your boss and trusted peers.…Before we start,…let's take a look at how most people ask for feedback.…- Oh, and another thing I wanted to ask you about was…that Kitech proposal.…So, I finished it, do you think you could…take a look at it?…- Um, yeah I can take a look at it.…- Okay, great.…I'm hoping to send it out by the end of the week.…So. - Okay.…- Yeah, I can skim it.…Sure. - Great.…The other account I wanted to go over with you was the.…- Now, that wasn't bad.…
Most people don't ask for feedback at all,…so we're off to a great start here.…But I think this could be a little more specific…
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- Name three ways that you can add value to a meeting.
- Recognize the benefits of including emotional impact in your stories.
- Explain how developing a team mindset can increase efficiency and productivity.
- Identify an easy way to reinforce expectations.
- Determine when it is necessary to tell your boss about a mistake made by a peer.
- Recall the most important benefit of punctuality.