For the feedback to be optimally useful it should not be saved until the annual performance appraisal meeting. In high performance companies, giving and receiving feedback constructively is a normal part of the working day. So what is your experience of giving and receiving feedback?
When we talk about feedback, people often focus on giving rather than receiving feedback. Yet it is often the case that those who are the most effective feedback providers have already mastered the practice of receiving it well first. This is a valuable professional skill and will help you to hone your own capabilities and competences as well as preparing you to manage others more effectively and confidently.
So, what steps should you take to prepare yourself to receive feedback well? Follow the link below to my 6 tips for receiving feedback effectively and to take my short assessment to help you identify your areas of strength and weakness.