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As we strive to learn new things, it can be helpful to ask for feedback from those with more experience. To enable this process to be effective, we need to ask ourselves “What is my purpose?" as well as "What, specifically, do I want?"
To fully benefit from effective feedback requires that we see this not as an event but as a process. There is preparation, there is the presentation, and there is the reflection, adaptation, and appreciation. Effective feedback can be invaluable but we need to help those giving us feedback, and we need to show our appreciation by demonstrating how we have improved as a result of their help
What is my purpose in giving feedback? Is it solicited or unsolicited? Is it scheduled or spontaneous? Is it private or in a group? What are the possibilities and what kinds of feedback help most?