Receiving Feedback


Definition: Receiving Feedback is a personal skill which - although it has has many advantages (like helping us to avoid making certain mistakes again, helping us to develop our talents and ourselves as a person, over time potentially resulting in performance improvements, a better job and bigger pay) - is far from easy.
Heen and Stone gave 6 interesting tips (steps) to better receive feedback:
1. Know your Tendencies.
2. Disentangle the "What from the "Who".
3. Sort Towards Coaching.
4. Unpack the Feedback.
5. Ask for Just One Thing.
6. Engage in Small Experiments.


More on feedback: Feedback.


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