Establishing A Shared Purpose While Criticizing

Often people refuse to listen to feedback because they think we have ulterior motives. So, to have people listen to our feedback, we need to establish that our interests align by asking about their interests, and actively listening to their concerns.


When people realize we’re working towards a common goal, they understand that we care about their interests and values. And consequently they’re more receptive to our input.

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