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  1. Ken Jacobs
    March 13, 2020 @ 3:12 pm

    Great post, Deirdre. Very valuable. I think it’s important that we never look at feedback as negative. Look at ALL feedback as a gift. Do with it what you want. Make the changes you want. “Take what you need and leave the rest”. If we see all feedback this way, if we’re open to it, guess who benefits? Us? (And sometimes our teams, our peers, our bosses, our clients…) kj

  2. Deirdre Breakenridge
    March 13, 2020 @ 4:04 pm

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Ken! I remember several years ago when a new LinkedIn acquaintance messaged me about a course I had recently launched and he had watched. He gave me some feedback about my hand gestures and body language. At the time, I was could have dismissed the comments. However, I chose to go back, review the course and realized that I could do a much better job. To your point, it was a gift. Making the suggested changes really helped me as a presenter and as an LI Instructor.

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