Techniques to become a leader or team member that asks for and welcomes feedback
How to accept feedback that ensures you continue to receive it
Ways our clients have successfully come out from behind themselves by fearlessly implementing a continuous feedback model
Does the mere mention of giving or receiving feedback make you want to run for the hills and hide? You aren’t alone—more than 50% of employees say they don’t regularly speak their mind at work, according a recent Fierce research.
Giving quality feedback can cause intense anxiety, and receiving feedback gracefully is one of the hardest things to do. We want to be liked after all. We want to appear as though we are competent in everything we do.
The good news is you don’t have to be afraid of feedback, and in fact, you can actually learn to like it. Yes, like it — as in enjoying, looking forward to and even loving the thought of receiving or giving feedback on a regular basis.
Creating a feedback culture where candor is the expectation and trust is strong not only enriches relationships but also overwhelmingly can change your business for the better. Sign up today to reserve your seat, and you are sure to fall head over heels with feedback before you know it!