Learn about the importance of being gracious and appreciative of feedback. Feedback is a gift, it helps you to develop and it's hard to progress without it. Even if you find feedback hard to hear, you can learn to take a step back and be objective.
- Feedback you receive from others is an invaluable tool…that will help you to improve your performance and develop.…It's essential to remember this and appreciate feedback…even when you don't agree with it.…Assuming that the feedback has been delivered…in an appropriate way,…someone has gone out of their way…to give you a piece of advice or an observation…in order to help you improve your performance…or to congratulate you on what you've done well.…
Either of these scenarios can make you feel uncomfortable…depending on your personality.…But the reality is you now have some information…that you can use to improve,…or you'll have an insight into what you do well…and can continue.…You won't always know how you come across to others,…and you won't always have the answers…about the best way to tackle a task,…activity, or project.…The only way you can enhance your performance…is to understand where your opportunities…for development are and what your strengths are…so you can keep working on these.…
Asking for feedback will also help you…
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