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6 Cs: Seeks professional feedback and acts on it - Ramon Balderrama

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.... Welcome to LEAD Weekly .... This is LEAD Weekly. Practical tips to help you grow as a leader. We're in the series about the 6 C's of leadership, exploring the skills you've identified. Today you will hear from Ramon, who worked at Rancho de los NiƱos. and is now the Assistant Director of our Mazatlan site. He will be sharing with you about what it means to seek professional feedback and act on it. I'm going to share a little bit about professional feedback. And how this can help you have more clarity in your role. I think professional feedback is a very important skill. If you need clarity and if you need understanding, putting this skill into practice will help you. Try going and asking a co-worker if what you are working on is a good idea. Tell them what you are working on and ask for their feedback. It will help you see new points of view. It will help you understand better and it will help develop you as a person. It also helps you develop in your role, and with programming. It can help you in a situation when you are sometimes stuck. Personally, I think seeking feedback is something that we can all develop. If we don't put it into practice, it costs us work time, and it's hard for us to learn how to be better. At times, I have had a hard time putting this into practice because of what I have been told. Sometimes I'm already committed to my idea. I already like what I'm doing and how am I doing it. But when you change, and you start to do something differently, you begin to understand that the feedback you are receiving is for the things you are working on and not towards you. That helps you prioritize things and put things into practice. One of the things that helped me a lot was when Antonio Garcia commented on a question I had. He told me that if he understood the why, the when, the where, the why and how, he would be able to help me. These questions would help me figure out what was working and how I could do the task in a better way. When I look for feedback, I try to remember those questions. It doesn't always come naturally to me, but when I do remember, I realize that it helps me complete what I haven't yet seen. I still struggle when the feedback is not what I want to hear, but little by little as I practice it more, I realize how much the community and my co-workers want to support me so I can solve that problem. I think practicing it in Back2Back is one way. It is very easy, because it is part of our DNA. I think as a community and as a ministry, it's something you can go ask anybody and they will be willing to support you. So I invite you to put it into practice, work on it and get out of your comfort zone, and try to do it. Because you are going to see the fruits of the feedback. Thank you very much. See you soon.

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