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After your initial response to feedback, follow-up with your co-workers every couple of months or so. For example, if your area for improvement is listening, just ask, “After receiving my 360 degree feedback, I committed to becoming a better listener. Based upon my behavior over the past two months, can you please give me a couple of suggestions that might help me become a better listener over the next two months?”
Listen to their ideas. Thank them. Keep learning and following-up. Our research is very compelling. Leaders that follow-this process can greatly benefit from receiving 360 degree feedback.
So can you.