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in order to understand and benefit from positive feedback one has to be open minded about its merits .
Feedback will be the only way to know if an action in the workplace is corrected or needs correction.
Effective feedback is seen where the organization or individual accepts critics though these critics may be wrong this can lead to positive change of behavior.
Try to have an open mind when receiving feedback.
Feedback helps us to become more aware of what we do and how we do it. Receiving it gives us an opportunity to change and modify in order to become moreeffective
Receiving feedback Everyone receives feedback from others from time to time. It is a key opportunity to learn from earlier events and actions - what went well or not so well - and is an important part of our development and an opportunity to learn. Some tips on how to receive feedback: 1.Listen carefully to what the other person is saying and to what they are NOT saying (their body language, the tone of their voice, the words they are using). 2.Probe and clarify what is said so that you are clear about what the other person really means. 3.Ask questions to pin down specifics. 4.Try not to be defensive – you can always question the basis of the evidence of what has been said and move the discussion back onto the objective rather than subjective matters. 5.Acknowledge the feedback and thank the person. This does not mean that you are agreeing with it but that you are recognising that the person has taken the time to give it to you. It is easy to be defensive when someone gives you negative feedback, when someone complains or challenges you. Rather than pausing to let the feedback or message sink in, people often rush in to contradict the speaker or justify your position. This reaction can weaken your ability to listen and can change a conversation into a conflict.
receive the critique including the good and the bad as well
The receiving feedback absolutely important, and more aware of what we do and how we do it better. The receiver should know and take whoever give feedback in whenever, a person must be ready to receive feedback that is affectively and improve his/her performance.
One should have an open mind when receiving feedbacks.
In order to effectively receive feedback, a person has to be ready to understand that they may hear critiques that they do not want to hear. If an individual is not ready to constructively receive feedback, then the feedback he does receive will not be effective.
Just because one person views another individual in a particular way does not mean that the rest of world views that person in the same way, but it is a good way for an individual to find out what others think of him/her that is not known.
An individual is ready to receive feedback when:
he/she wants to know him as others see him and he is clear that this is their perception, not necessarily what is true about you inside.
trusts his co-workers to care enough about his development to risk hearing their opinion. has a place outside work where you can talk it through.
has opportunities for additional feedback so he gets validation of the changes he has made.
There are several tips that an individual can use when receiving feedback. These include:
Try to show your appreciation to the person providing the feedback. They will feel encouraged and believe it or not, you do want to encourage feedback.
Focusing on understanding the feedback by questioning and restating usually defuses any feelings you have of hostility or anger.
If you really disagree, are angry or upset, and want to dissuade the other person of their opinion, wait until your emotions are under control to reopen the discussion.