Factors to Help You Avoid Personalizing Feedback or Criticism- Part 2

28 May


Keep the big picture perspective in mind

No one likes making mistakes, but no one is perfect either.  The best you can hope for is that the mistakes that do arise will be little ones, and their effect will be minuscule. Large mistakes or small, the point here is that in the big picture, mistakes are a given, and even though you may not like them, you need to give yourself permission to make a few.


Keeping an open mind and seeking to learn from mistakes turns criticism into a valuable tool for enhancing performance and for building relationships that are rooted in trust, respect, and credibility.


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