Giving and Receiving Feedback

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Giving and Receiving Feedback Power of Feedback in Self Development Gracefully Accepting Feedback: a Key Life Skill Smart employers realize that people are their only sustainable competitive advantage. Companies hiring this year will be looking for people who are highly capable in their fields of expertise and who energize the other people with whom they work. This will hold true for traditional employees as well as independent contractors who will continue to make up a larger and larger part of the workforce. Don't wait for this new world of employment, prepare yourself now to get the feedback from others that will help you develop into the powerful person you can be. First, begin to change the way you feel about receiving feedback. Listen to the messages you get from those close to you: your spouse, children, close friends, other family members. Write them down and consider them as food for thought. Begin to analyze common pieces of feedback objectively and develop ideas about what you might do if you wanted to change their perceptions. A key factor to remember about all feedback: it is one opinion coming from another individual's unique perspective . It is up to you to consider it thoughtfully, compare it to other feedback you have received and do something positive with it. It is impossible for us to see ourselves as others see us, but very important that we don't allow
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course MBA 103 taught by Professor Pk during the Spring '11 term at Great Lakes Christian college.

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