Tips for filtering feedback

(WTNH)-We all ask for feedback, even if we don’t realize it. Communication expert, Steve Rohr tells us why feedback often feels like an attack and how you can learn to love it. Here are the five steps for filtering feedback:
1 – Assume positive intent
2 – Stick to the topic
3 – Don’t let your brain focus on the negative
4 – Train your brain to be positive
5 – Cultivate “growth mindset”

For more information and tips, click here.


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