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Part I: How to Handle Receiving Critical... > Responding to Critical Feedback

Chapter 5. Responding to Critical Feedback

The Simmons/Bright study on critical feedback (see Section 1) found that we resent receiving critical feedback most from our in-laws (24%), mates (22%), and subordinates (21%). We handle it best from teachers, friends, fathers, or bosses.

Interestingly, we consider it most important to take corrective action when criticized by our bosses (72%) and mates (62%) and least important to take corrective action when criticized by our in-laws and siblings. Corresponding with those results, we will actually try to change our behavior when given critical feedback by our bosses (61%) and mates (54%).


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