You expect feedback for most things you do in the modern workplace. Yet, when it comes to how to handle feedback after your presentation, you might be unsure.
How do you react to the feedback? Do you take it well? Or, do you bristle with indignation at these comments made by your colleagues, your boss or other audience members?
Because when you know how to handle feedback after your presentation then you are well on course for even more presentation success.
So, to help you to handle feedback from your colleagues, here are some pointers.
How You Can Handle Feedback From Colleagues
Handle Feedback Well And Improve Your Presentations
When you know how to handle feedback after a presentation you can expect even better presentations in the future. That's simply because many of your colleagues excel at coaching or mentoring. A good coach or mentor knows how you can improve. So take the advice well, consider how to use it and take action. Because that's a far better position to be in than someone who never receives any feedback at all. Not that Iran's Speaker might have thought the same after the Larijani speech in Qom.
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"Every man...should periodically be compelled to listen to opinions which are infuriating to him. To hear nothing but what is pleasing to one is to make a pillow of the mind."
St John Ervine