BMP 009 Pursuing Feedback
Pursuing feedback can be challenging. After all, why should you invite people to highlight your negatives? It can feel like unnecessary torture.
In episode 009 of the Business Minutia Podcast, Texas Instruments manager Rodney Miranda shares his lessons from proactively pursuing feedback.
Pursuing feedback lessons covered
- First, Rodney shares why it’s important to pursue feedback.
- Then, he shares the benefits of being proactive.
- Brent shares the adrenaline rush he gets from feedback.
- Next, Rodney explains the difference between perception and perspective.
- In addition, we learn what to bring to a feedback meeting, and what to do with the feedback when it is received.
Who is benefited by this episode?
If you struggle with how to get feedback or what to do with it when you receive it, this episode is for you. Rodney walks you through exactly what it takes to turn any feedback experience into something that can better you.
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Rodney Miranda has expertise in all aspects of semiconductor engineering from product inception to managing difficult customers. He has managed teams locally and abroad. He currently serves as the Quality Manager for the Processors and Radar Business at Texas Instruments. In addition to his managerial work, Rodney has volunteered for BEST Robotics, Inc for over six years. He has a passion for helping the next generation of engineers.
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Brent Richardson is the owner, operator, and interviewer for Business Minutia. He has worked in an international engineering company since 2000. During that time, he has also served as a youth pastor and worked for a non-profit both as an adventure travel leader on youth pilgrimages and as a board member. He believes that the training he has received in leading volunteers has helped him in the corporate world as well.
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