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Feedback Checklist

Feedback Checklist

Here is a checklist that you can use to remind you of the important steps whenever you seek feedback from others:

___Feedback needs to be sought on a regular basis. Exchanging information and perceptions is a process, not a single event.
___Seek feedback after you have identified your goals. Access others in short, concise sessions.
___Always seek specific feedback. Use the SBI model to accomplish this.
___Don’t make excuses or try to explain your behavior. When receiving feedback, remain calm and be sure to say, “Thank you.”
___When receiving feedback be sure to ask for alternative behaviors to improve your performance.
___Be prepared to paraphrase and summarize any feedback you receive.
___Be sure to respect individuals who don’t wish to give feedback. They may change their minds later, but not if you pester them.
___Be sure to take the time after the feedback interaction to evaluate the information. Use the self-management model of feedback.
___One of the more important uses of feedback is to teach yourself to recognize situations in which a certain behavior needs to be altered. Feedback can be used to “catch yourself” at times when you are less than optimally effective.
___Use feedback to clarify goals, to track progress toward those goals, and to improve the effectiveness of your behaviors over a period of time.



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