By Stacey Hanke
Let Go of What You Know – 6 Steps to Meaningful FeedbackLet Go of What You Know – 6 Steps to Meaningful Feedback https://c-suitenetwork.com/advisors/wp-content/themes/csadvisore/images/empty/thumbnail.jpg 150 150 Stacey Hanke https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/6a6b14565ff11585826b0fa1650bfc57?s=96&d=mm&r=g
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How many times have you received the same response when you have asked for feedback? You ask someone you think will tell you the truth, “How did I do?” and you hear “Good,” “Nice Job” or “That was great!” These responses are not feedback. Instead they’re telling you what they think you want to hear rather than the truth. In some instances, this person may be lying to you because they don’t have the confidence to tell you that you take too long to get to the point and it’s difficult to follow your message.
Avoid falling into the trap of fake feedback.
Honest feedback is tough to come by for two reasons. First, the higher you are in an organization, the less likely people are to give you truthful feedback about any topic, let alone your communication skills and level of influence.
Begin growing your influence today by applying these six steps to meaningful feedback Monday to Monday®.