[Epub] ↠ Thanks for the Feedback Author Douglas Stone – Tkcleaningservices.co.uk

Thanks for the Feedback Surprisingly good I assumed this book would be centered around feedback as in something you get from bosses at work or similar , and while that is mostly the case, this book dives into farthan that tiny niche This book is really about introspection, relationship building, and making interactions with otherspleasant and effective.The feedback in question can be applied to any relationship customer provider, co worker, subordinate superior, and perhaps most importantly the marria Surprisingly good I assumed this book would be centered around feedback as in something you get from bosses at work or similar , and while that is mostly the case, this book dives into farthan that tiny niche This book is really about introspection, relationship building, and making interactions with otherspleasant and effective.The feedback in question can be applied to any relationship customer provider, co worker, subordinate superior, and perhaps most importantly the marriage.Dealing with feedback can be a negative experience in fact, it likely has a negative connotation with some people Even in the worst case scenario, this book will arm the reader with practical strategies and advice that can be applied that very same day Perhaps the best part is that the reader will be able to meta analyze a conversation in real time so that you can keep the encounter productive and positive in the sense that it moves forward productively.Even though I found myself a bit bored at times going over situations Note I received this book for free through the First Reads program.Thanks for the Feedback attempts to break down why the feedback we get often seems unfair or invalid, why it is so difficult to receive feedback hint the two are related , and presents doing so as a skill that can be improved The book is well researched and well documented, and the information is interesting and useful, for the most part I found the following two insights to be the most helpful.First, the book makes the dist Note I received this book for free through the First Reads program.Thanks for the Feedback attempts to break down why the feedback we get often seems unfair or invalid, why it is so difficult to receive feedback hint the two are related , and presents doing so as a skill that can be improved The book is well researched and well documented, and the information is interesting and useful, for the most part I found the following two insights to be the most helpful.First, the book makes the distinction between three types of feedback appreciation, coaching, and evaluation Appreciation is encouragement, coaching is feedback geared at helping you improve your skills, and evaluation is an assessment of where you stand Because each has a different flavor, and accomplishes a different purpose, the book argues these should be separated whenever possible, and both feedback giver and receiver should be aware of the t I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Anything I quote may have changed in the final version.This was a very difficult book to read I am never good at being criticized, and magnify that difficulty by taking everything as criticism Ha I m also in the position of giving feedback to a crew of librarians and can always use ideas for how to do this in the best way What I re A must read for anyone who interacts with others that is everyone for that part Feedback is just that a statement that we receive in a formal setting or nonchalant Giving feedback as the two authors state can be rewarding for others as well as you the giver , or it can be horrific as well, either way Three takes on that helping you, helping themselves the relationship and helping an origination team The book is filled with information, stories on getting better results fro Thanks for the Feedback The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well by Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen, is a book on the technique behind receiving, analyzing and engaging feedback Most jobs in the modern world come with yearly or evenfrequent formal evaluations Most people receive other forms of feedback everyday, whether it be a criticism of your most recent project at work, tips from a co worker that may or may not be wanted, or comments and conflicts with friends, romantic partne Thanks for the Feedback The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well by Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen, is a book on the technique behind receiving, analyzing and engaging feedback Most jobs in the modern world come with yearly or evenfrequent formal evaluations Most people receive other forms of feedback everyday, whether it be a criticism of your most recent project at work, tips from a co worker that may or may not be wanted, or comments and conflicts with friends, romantic partners and random others Criticism is a huge part of life, but most people are uncomfortable receiving and giving it The authors have deconstructed feedback, examining why people hate it, the emotional responses present when receiving it, and tips on how one can better acknowledge and inte This is a must read for anyone out there seeking to improve in their personal and professional lives Feedback is everywhere and knowing that it is a powerful device, equally capable of bringing great benefit or great harm, helps us all navigate in our social and professional spheres. 2016 , 100% , 2016 , 100% , , ,, 3 , 1 , 2 , 3 ,1 3 ,Appreciation Mentoring , Evaluation.2 ,,,.3 .4 , , 3,3 , 3 1,.2 3, ,1 .2 , 3 , 1 2 , 3 , 5 , mind map V l vienai vasar ies ktai gr matai esmu nok uvusi l dz aizmugur jam v kam Gr mata ir par atgriezenisk s saites jeb feedback sa em anu, kur no vis diem skatupunktiem ir skat ta atgriezenisk saite un veidi, k t var tikt uztverta sniegti ieteikumi, k main t savus feedback uztver anas veidus uz konstrukt v kiem k b t person bai, kas ieklaus s un aug, nevis tikai paliek pie savas taisn bas un ar laiku ies no Guvu oti daudz atzi u, jaut jumu, par kuriem padom t Pla k uzrakst u blog V l vienai vasar ies ktai gr matai esmu nok uvusi l dz aizmugur jam v kam Gr mata ir par atgriezenisk s saites jeb feedback sa em anu, kur no vis diem skatupunktiem ir skat ta atgriezenisk saite un veidi, k t var tikt uztverta sniegti ieteikumi, k main t savus feedback uztver anas veidus uz konstrukt v kiem k b t person bai, kas Yra kr va visoki straipsni , kaip pasakyti gr tam j ry , k susitelkti, kas n ra gr tamasis ry ys ir pan i knyga ir apie tai, ir ne visai apie tai, nes pagrindinis akcentas kaip priimti arba neb tinai gr tam j ry , k daryti, jei jis visai neai kus arba neteisingas, kod l kartais ir ilgiausi pokalbiai neduoda naudos ir pan Ka kuria prasme bloga knyga, nes joje para yta, kad ir pa iam pa iai reik s keistis, kad b tum i girstas DBeskaitant ka kur link pab The Bestselling Authors Of The Classic Difficult Conversations Teach Us How To Turn Evaluations, Advice, Criticisms, And Coaching Into Productive Listening And Learning We Swim In An Ocean Of Feedback Bosses, Colleagues, Customers But Also Family, Friends, And In Laws They All Have Suggestions For Our Performance, Parenting, Or Appearance We Know That Feedback Is Essential For Healthy Relationships And Professional Development But We Dread It And Often Dismiss It That S Because Receiving Feedback Sits At The Junction Of Two Conflicting Human Desires We Do Want To Learn And Grow And We Also Want To Be Accepted Just As We Are Right Now Thanks For The Feedback Is The First Book To Address This Tension Head On It Explains Why Getting Feedback Is So Crucial Yet So Challenging, And Offers A Powerful Framework To Help Us Take On Life S Blizzard Of Off Hand Comments, Annual Evaluations, And Unsolicited Advice With Curiosity And Grace The Business World Spends Billions Of Dollars And Millions Of Hours Each Year Teaching People How To Give Feedback Effectively Stone And Heen Argue That We Ve Got It Backwards And Show Us Why The Smart Money Is On Educating R Eceiversin The Workplace And In Personal Relationships As Well Coauthors Of The International Bestseller Difficult Conversations, Stone And Heen Have Spent The Last Ten Years Working With Businesses, Nonprofits, Governments, And Families To Determine What Helps Us Learn And What Gets In Our Way With Humor And Clarity, They Blend The Latest Insights From Neuroscience And Psychology With Practical, Hard Headed Advice The Book Is Destined To Become A Classic In The World Of Leadership, Organizational Behavior, And Education.


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