1. Feedback is truly a gift because the more you know, the more choices you have.
  2. What you don’t know can indeed hurt you.
  3. No news is bad news for leaders.
  4. Knowing gives you choices.
  5. You will receive reinforcement for the many things you do well.
  6. You can isolate and focus on those few things that might be getting in your way and eliminate blind spots.
  7. Most of the data will not surprise you, so it’s a great reality check.
  8. If you choose to share your data, people are more likely to want to trust and help you.
  9. By asking for feedback, you are modeling a critical leadership behavior AND enhancing your ability to make strategic choices.
  10. You need to KNOW vs. GUESS about your impact and how you are perceived as a leader.

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