Giving and receiving feedback is enough to make anyone sweat. And it’s understandable. It’s uncomfortable to have to tell someone something they may not want to hear. And, of course, no one likes to hear that they are not making the impact they thought they were.
But we know that feedback is critical to growth—when done properly. In an ideal world, we should welcome feedback as an indispensable part of our growth. But we don’t live in an ideal world. In our less-than-ideal world, the feedback we receive is often inaccurate, incomplete, and biased—our behavior interpreted through the lens of someone else’s agenda or values.
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