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Expert Advice On Handling Negative Feedback [Infographic]
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Expert Advice On Handling Negative Feedback [Infographic]

Digital Marketing, Inbound Marketing
Published by Sarah Corley on 12.7.16

We share an infographic about how to deal with negative feedback that features advice from our own Sarah Corley. What are your strategies for handling feedback?

Last month, I was excited to attend the INBOUND conference along with two other members of Diagram's marketing team, and I came away from the event with a great deal of inspiration and excitement about the possibilities that are available to us in the world of online marketing.

After the event was over, I was honored to be asked to participate in an expert roundup about dealing with negative feedback. The team at Venngage collected a ton of great thoughts from influencers who attended INBOUND, and they created an infographic collecting these insights, which you can see below.

Here's the full text of my contribution:

I'm glad I was able to share some advice about receiving critiques, and I also found some of the advice that the other experts offered to be really helpful. I particularly liked entry #14 by Kit Pang, who emphasized the importance of keeping an open mind. This is always something that can be tough to remember when you're receiving feedback, but being ready to accept what other people have to say is often the key to taking the quality of your work to the next level.

Here at Diagram, we take this advice to heart, since offering and accepting feedback is an essential part of how we work as a team, whether we're building inbound marketing campaigns, designing website interfaces, or planning complex CMS migrations. Do you have any tips of your own on how to handle negative feedback? Please feel free to share them in the comments below. We'd love to hear from you!

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