Learning to love feedback is a huge leap towards fulfilling your career goals. Setting your ego aside in order to listen to what well-meaning colleagues, bosses, and friends have to share about your performance, can give you an edge few people enjoy. Why? Because it’s hard to avoid being defensive, and to not take things personally. But once you see the results of learning to love feedback you’ll be seeking it all the time. And when others wonder how you achieved so much in so little time, they won’t even suspect that the answer is simple. You have enabled others to help you see what you don’t see and acted on the recommendations that aligned with your goals.
- Experiential Leadership Event — 10 Years in the MakingNovember 4, 2022 - 6:20 pm
It came and went in a nanosecond, yet, this was our best experiential leadership event of the last ten years. If you had told me ten years ago when my book Find your Inner Red Shoes (Penguin) was published that the idea seeded in the book would become the vision of a company and a […]