It can be hard to decipher what others think and feel about you.
However, when feedback is well structured, it can be extremely valuable – both personally and professionally.
Feedback is a way to improve your performance.
It can help you see yourself more holistically, understand how others see you, and gain invaluable insight into ways that you can be even more effective than the way in which you currently see yourself.
Feedback is a way of learning.
It’s important to understand how others perceive you, and feedback help to do that. The more you know about yourselves and how you interact with others, the better equipped you are to make decisions that will help you grow and improve your relationships with others.
What happens when we don’t receive feedback?
- You will not know what you are doing right or wrong
- You will not know how to improve
- You will not know what you need to develop and work on
- You will not discover invaluable insights
Feedback is an important tool for improving relationships, self-awareness and personal growth.
It allows you to see your own strengths and weaknesses, as well as the impact that you have on others. Feedback can help you understand yourself better, which in turn will help you to understand others better too.
The most important thing to remember is that feedback is an essential part of you developing as a professional, provided it is well structured and constructive.
To help with that, we have been supporting businesses and teams with 360 Feedback to provide professionals with the fuel for their personal development and growth.
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