Feedback is a gift… Make it easier for people to give it to you
Erin Rand

I would also consider taking the value point one step beyond and reframing the feedback given in such a way that one can apply the feedback directly, rather than just being receptive. This means you’re hearing the words, processing them, and attempting to incorporate them into a broader view of the situation. A little bit of “I hear you saying…” mixed with “… yes, and?”

This doesn’t have to immediately diverge into problem solving, but it does show that there’s an understanding of the feedback provided.

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