How to recover from a poor review

08/1/2010 | Harvard Business Review online

If a 360-degree review -- one that incorporates feedback from supervisors, peers and employees -- goes badly, take the time to absorb the negative aspects and don't waste energy trying to figure out who said what. "Being reflective and changing after a negative review is often more impressive than getting positive reviews from the start," Stanford Business School professor Larissa Tiedens says.

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