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How to Get Feedback > Who to Ask for It

Who to Ask for It

1.  It should be a person whose opinion you respect and who will encourage you to improve your effectiveness, someone with credibility and integrity. When you think of him or her, you should be able to say to yourself, “This is someone I trust to be honest with me, who does not have a hidden agenda, and who treats me with respect.”

To identify these individuals, look among your peers at work but also look to your friends outside of work, your family members—children included—and anyone with whom you have contact in a charitable, professional, or community organization.

2.  It should be someone who has a different work style and whose feedback will provide opinions and points of view that are new. To ask for this kind of feedback, you will have to move outside your comfort zone.


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