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8 steps to handling negative feedback without taking it personally



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Feedback is something leaders (especially HR leaders) encounter very often – whether giving or receiving it.

For example, when designing a new HR programme or initiative, a feedback loop is a powerful tool to ensuring employees are satisfied and the programme caters to their needs.

All is well when the feedback is good. But negative feedback is a fact of life, and when constructive, it can serve to make the initiative better.

So how should leaders handle it without taking it too personally? SavingSpot Dollars and Sense has created this infographic as a guide on the right technique to approach negative feedback in eight steps.

 

In order to reap the full benefits of negative feedback, and show employees that you are serious about improving your programme or leadership style, it is crucial to apply it by processing and reflecting on it.

 

Infographic and lead image / SavingSpot Dollars and Sense



Mark your calendars as the crowd's favourite candidate and employee experience conference, Talent Experience Forum is back!
Happening only in KL, Malaysia on 5 November. Register your seat early because you will be hearing top insights from C-suite and senior HR leaders from Dell, Digi, GoCar, IPG Mediabrands, Nestle, Tesco, Unilever and more.

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