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Build better feedback loops

Build better feedback loops

  1. Tighten the feedback loop. The closer you can have the feedback to the actual activity, the better.
  2. Make it accurate and relevant. If it’s not relevant, then it’s noise. If it’s not accurate, it doesn’t help.
  3. Focus on actionable insight. There’s no sense in getting feedback if you don’t have any way to act on it.

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How to get better at receiving feedback

  • The very first response to give when someone gives you feedback should be a response of gratitude. Don’t get defensive. 
  • Whether it’s praise, criticism or some other type of feedback, take the time to restate to the person giving it what you ...

3. Be Specific With Your Feedback

3. Be Specific With Your Feedback

The more specific your feedback, the more actionable it is for the one receiving it. Example: Asking for an article on communication is vague while asking for one on public speaking is specific.

An specific feedback that doesn’t target the person is easier to understand and act upon....

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  • Feedback is something to be done carefully, and it is a good practice to show gratitude and appreciation for all the hard work done by them, highlighting their positive aspects.
  • Feedback has to be constructive, honest and actionable, and not negative or disconcerting.

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