Receiving Feedback

As long as feedback is given in a non-judgmental and appropriate way, it is a valuable piece of information for learning and for our continued development as a person. Constructive feedback is critical for self-development and growth; here are some points to bare in mind when you receive feedback. Don’t shy away from constructive feedback, […] read more...

Written By Kevin Watson

On January 28, 2013
As long as feedback is given in a non-judgmental and appropriate way, it is a valuable piece of information for learning and for our continued development as a person. Constructive feedback is critical for self-development and growth; here are some points to bare in mind when you receive feedback.
  1. Don’t shy away from constructive feedback, welcome it
  2. Accept feedback of any sort for what it is – information
  3. Evaluate the feedback before responding
  4. Make your own choice about what you intend to do with the information 

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