The way to ask for feedback is to seek out positive and negative reactions without debating the merits of what you hear, writes Jennifer Porter, managing partner of The Boda Group. "Making a plan and taking action are not only important for your learning and development, they're also a signal to those who shared the feedback -- you are serious about improving and you value their perspectives," Porter writes.
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