Receiving Criticism: Introduction

16 Nov

As I have mentioned in previous blogs, criticism is the most rapid and efficient communication tool for improving performance and creating change whether at work or at home.

However, for criticism to be effective, it requires a receptive receiver. The next few blogs zero in on what it takes to become that receptive receiver to criticism. After all, who looks forward to being criticized? For starters, as the receiver, you need to learn how to distinguish quality criticism: criticism that is meant to help from poor quality criticism or the type of criticism that is meant to hurt.

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