We often disagree with the feedback others give us. After all, they aren't in our shoes. They don’t know what we know. It’s only natural to stand our ground and resist — even when we realize our own knee-jerk reactions and pushback can rob us of the ability to understand our performance more deeply and gain key insights for improvement.
Love this. I especially appreciate the practical advice to propose a follow up conversation after you’ve taken time to carefully consider the feedback. Of course, that requires some follow through of its own. I could see myself forgetting to create that follow up conversation. Seems like AL’s might have some finesse around that as well?