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Asking for constructive feedback

Asking for constructive feedback

Customer session. Discussing rehearsals and how to maximize the chances of getting constructive feedback. Especially when the company's culture is all about positivity.

Few things here:

  1. If possible, use the people around you and rehearse in front of them.
  2. When sending them the invite and during the start of the meeting, set the right expectations - explain what you're looking for. Especially if you're after constructive feedback.
  3. If possible, have a dry run where the only focus is for your colleagues to interrupt and challenge you.

That final one could be tricky, though. You need to be mentally ready for it. Patience and thick skin will help as well. If it's an important presentation you're working on, however, it's one of the best things you can do.