We’ve all been there. Imagine it with me now. You’ve been working and thinking hard, and now that first version of your latest work or creative effort is done. Now it’s time to put it out there to show it to your coworkers, or to your friends, or to the rest of your team. It’s time for someone else to comment on your work, giving their impressions on what you’ve done. It’s time to ask for feedback.
How does the process of asking for feedback on our drafts and our emergent ideas shape our creative process? And what, exactly, makes for “good” feedback?
—> For more see: “Are You Using Open Questions as Springboards to Creativity?”