Six Things to Remember While Receiving Feedback

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Six Things To Remember While Receiving Feedback
(A Performance Appraisal Cheat Sheet )
#Hr #Performance Appraisal #Feedback
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Be Open Minded
Listen to all content; suspend judgment about its value

Treat Feedback as Opportunity
This is your opportunity to understand your reviewer’s thinking process. Interrupt and you miss that opportunity to improve.

Clothe With Receptiveness
Adopt an attitude of 100% receptiveness, don’t ever begin to defend or justify your action.

Ask for Clarification. Always
Clarifications are to improve your understanding precisely, not to defend or negate the feedback.

Do not Debate
Whether or how you actually use the feedback is for you to decide later

Finally, Let Silence do the Heavy Lifting
Five signs that indicate silence is needed
Interrupting by talking over some one else
Formulating your response while some one is talking
Using a break in the conversation to create a distraction to change topics
Talking in circles
Monopolizing airtime

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Six Things To Remember While Receiving Feedback
(A Performance Appraisal Cheat Sheet )
#Hr #Performance Appraisal #Feedback

Rajesh Soundararajan
@rajeshsound

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Six Things to Remember While Receiving Feedback

  1. Six Things To Remember While Receiving Feedback (A Performance Appraisal Cheat Sheet ) Rajesh Soundararajan @rajeshsound #Hr #Performance Appraisal #Feedback
  2. Be Open Minded Listen to all content; suspend judgment about its value 1
  3. Treat Feedback as Opportunity This is your opportunity to understand your reviewer’s thinking process. Interrupt and you miss that opportunity to improve. 2
  4. Clothe With Receptiveness Adopt an attitude of 100% receptiveness, don’t ever begin to defend or justify your action.
  5. Ask for Clarification. Always Clarifications are to improve your understanding precisely, not to defend or negate the feedback.
  6. Do not Debate Whether or how you actually use the feedback is for you to decide later
  7. Finally, Let Silence do the Heavy Lifting Five signs that indicate silence is needed 1. Interrupting by talking over some one else 2. Formulating your response while some one is talking 3. Using a break in the conversation to create a distraction to change topics 4. Talking in circles 5. Monopolizing airtime
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  9. Six Things To Remember While Receiving Feedback (A Performance Appraisal Cheat Sheet ) Rajesh Soundararajan @rajeshsound #Hr #Performance Appraisal #Feedback

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