There are many benefits to seeking out feedback at work, whether that be from your manager, colleagues, clients, or a trusted mentor. One of the key reasons is that feedback can help improve your performance at work, particularly if you take time to reflect on what you hear and take steps to make adjustments moving forward.

In this article from Indeed, learn seven steps to seek out the feedback that you want and need, as well as how to implement the feedback in the future.

“Receiving feedback is only useful if you can use it to improve your work performance. Take the time you need to reflect on the conversation and consider the most essential things that you need to change.”

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