How to Give and Receive High Impact Feedback
Have you ever regretted not clearly explaining your view? <br> Perhaps you regret not saying what you should have said to someone at a key time.
Learn how to give feedback effectively
Never again avoid saying what you
should have said to someone at a key time.
Our ability to give and receive feedback is a vital part component of everyday life. Whether that is our professional working life or our personal and domestic life. We are constantly exposed to feedback, whether we want to be or not. It is in some senses unavoidable. However, the reality is that much of the time the feedback that we give and receive is of very low quality, and as a result it has little or no impact, unless we are very lucky.
Why is that?
Mostly we worry about hurting others feelings or simply get embarrassed about saying something very positive. Either way, we deliberately, or inadvertently, disguise our message and it ends up being lost. We then get very frustrated that people are not responding to our feedback.
Why does that matter?
When we are not confident in our ability to give feedback we tend to avoid tackling both positive and more challenging feedback situations. This quickly results in us feeling frustrated and down on ourselves. It can massively impact the quality of our relationships at work and at home. Miss understandings occur and relations become strained, sometimes leading to conflict. These things may happen because we avoid the difficult issues, or because we find it hard to give praise. Ironically, both can lead to similar outcomes.
Even when we make efforts to give feedback, our message gets confused and as a result is missed or misinterpreted and things can quickly seem to be out of our control.
The good news?
It doesn't have to be that way. How to give and receive high impact feedback will show you simple to use tools and techniques to build your confidence and significantly improve the quality of feedback that you give and that you receive. It will help you strengthen key relationships in both your professional and personal lives.
Once you have the tools to give great feedback, it also becomes much easier to raise the quality of feedback you receive from others; giving you a much greater opportunity to grow and develop your skills and abilities.
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