Understand how your thoughts and feelings create the story you tell yourself about the situation you find yourself in. Learn how you can take control of how you react and respond to feedback—influencing the story you tell yourself and others.
- Picture this scene.…You've been sitting in a traffic jam.…As you pick up speed,…you're driving a bit cautiously…in case the traffic suddenly stops.…You leave a large space between you and the car in front…and someone pulls up beside you…and nips into the space in front,…an action that you consider to be a dangerous move.…You're irritated.…You're late for an appointment and you're tired.…By now you're fuming with anger…and you've been honking the horn at the person in front.…
Now rewind.…Imagine the exact same scene,…but the difference is you've just been given…a wonderful piece of news.…You're in a good mood,…and one irritating driver isn't going to change that.…When the person pulls in front of you,…you think it's a dangerous move,…but you decide to let it go…and focus on your positive news.…Your thoughts and feelings…create the story you tell yourself.…The same applies when you're receiving feedback.…
If you're feeling angry, tired,…emotional, overwhelmed,…and someone offers you what they think…is a constructive piece of advice,…
Watch this course to learn how to give and receive high-quality feedback. Whether it's with peers, managers, colleagues, team members, friends, or family, the same principles apply across the board. Author Gemma Leigh Roberts shows how to give effective feedback, ask for feedback, and use the responses you receive as a tool to improve personal performance. These tips will help lead you into a cycle of continuous development, and a growth mindset that can help propel your career and your relationships forward.
- Getting comfortable asking for feedback
- Overcoming blind spots
- Creating a growth mindset
- Giving effective and unbiased feedback