High performers crave development. So when they aren’t getting any feedback, or the only feedback they do get is vague and unhelpful, they usually get frustrated. The good news is, there are steps you can take to improve both the quantity and quality of the feedback you get.
In this episode we talk in depth about how to respond to vague feedback, how to know what to action and what to leave behind, and what to do to start getting more helpful feedback.
Tune in for the full conversation or enjoy the moments below:
3:52 – The danger in knowing you can improve, but no one telling you how
5:47 – The relationship between your title and the amount of feedback you receive
6:23 – When generic feedback is all you’re getting
7:18 – The reason why people give unhelpful feedback
8:51 – When you get negative feedback that you can’t action
11:47 – The 2 paths we take when someone gives us generic feedback
13:23 – The lesson to keep in mind: they are right, for them
18:52 – What to do with conflicting pieces of feedback
20:33 – Even when you crave feedback, not every piece needs to result in you changing
22:48 – How to respond to vague feedback and get more detail
28:43 – The 2 pieces for leaders to remember
29:18 – The best piece of advice Pili got on receiving bad feedback
30:66 – The steps and models for getting better feedback