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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.


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