Merrick, NY—“Some people actually want and even seek out criticism at work. Who are these people?” wondered the Wall Street Journal this week, in an article titled, “The Rare Workers Who Thrive on Negative Feedback.” (Image at left: The Wall Street Journal).
These people tend to believe they can improve. They view criticism as a help and thrive on feedback. Likely we can all do better with feedback, whether we are giving it or getting it! In this week’s edition of the Centurion Video Series, let’s look at dealing with critics and opinions, even if you’re the one offering it. Watch on!
How to Give Constructive Criticsm | Valuetainment
How to offer constructive criticism properly. It may not be easy, but it’s vital that you can offer feedback. Click here or on the image below to watch.
"Run, Hide, Or Say Thank You: When Faced With Feedback, What Do You Do?" Joy Mayer at TEDxCoMo, TEDx Talks
Not sure how to deal with criticism? Do you run, hide, or say “thank you?” Swallow, breathe, and say “thank you,” advised Joy Mayer at a TEDx talk. Click here or on the image below to watch.
Constructive Criticism Video | Jeff Lukas
From accepting other’s opinions to being happy with the criticism will help you level up your work from good to great. Click here or on the image below to watch.