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Have you ever been surprised by feedback from a coworker or manager?

Feedback that doesn’t align with your self-perception can strike a major blow to your confidence and motivation, calling into question your career trajectory and future growth.

But this kind of feedback doesn’t have to throw you off course. In fact, it can be a crucial opportunity for self-reflection and professional development.

To change a negative perception of you or your work, head to the link in our bio for five steps that can help.

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13 comments

  1. A lot of the time the company is run by those who don’t really know how to run one or don’t know how to deal with employees. It’s a sad situation and speaks volumes of what matters most to the establishment.

  2. A lot of these suggestions assume a well functioning organization and an effective manager. That can be an opportunity for learning also but if the manager and organization are not open to feedback the other way it may be time for you to take your reflection somewhere it’s appreciated.

  3. Managers also need to deliver this message in a sensitive way and be there to help lift performance constructively. Otherwise it’s just bullying and toxic behaviour that kills the confidence of the worker and can lead to turnover

  4. Feedback in the workplace is invaluable, but it’s crucial that our approach to both giving and receiving it is grounded in fairness and constructiveness. How do we ensure our work environments are properly aligned to facilitate this? I’m interested in hearing your thoughts on fostering a culture that supports effective and equitable feedback. 🤔

    #WorkplaceCulture #FeedbackMatters #ConstructiveFeedback #ProfessionalGrowth #EquitableWorkplace

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