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Key Point Summary

Key Point Summary

Many managers know that they need feedback but are unsure about how to get it. To gain the feedback that can benefit you most, consider who to ask, when to ask, and how to ask.

When you think about who to ask for feedback, think of a person whose opinion you respect and who will encourage you to improve your effectiveness. It’s also helpful if you ask someone whose work style is different from your own so that you gain access to a new point of view. The person from whom you seek feedback should be someone with whom you must interact in order for you both to get results—that gives both of you a vested interest in the feedback process.


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