Feedback is an important component of growth, but sometimes, it can be tough to take. Still, avoid the temptation to react emotionally, and instead take stock so you can have meaningful conversations that help you grow.
It’s at the nexus of vulnerability and ego that we find balance.
It’s been a scary time. It can be tough to see the power of positive thinking, much less practice it, but we promise that if you do, it will help.
EGO is a three-letter word widely misunderstood. We’ll explain why it is really a gift…unless you’ve entered the “Death Triangle.”
In my last piece of writing, I spoke about the importance of giving personalized, impactful positive feedback, or ‘kudos’ if you prefer. For this piece, I’m going to focus on feedback given as a way to make someone around you better.
Feedback. A word that most of us probably hear at least weekly, if not daily. It’s usually used to either refer to something good you wanted to say to a colleague or the dreaded ‘feedback’ you’re preparing to share with a difficult person. In our business, we live and breathe feedback every day.