Feedback leads to more feedback. Here’s why that’s a good thing for leaders

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A funny thing about providing feedback—once you start providing your thoughts to others, you will begin receiving their thoughts on you. It’s a natural human reaction that when you suggest someone can do something better, they will have something for you, as well.

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