Quiz: How Do You React To Constructive Criticism?

We’re all going to receive constructive criticism at some point. So the big question is “how will I react to constructive criticism?”

Some people react personally, asking “Why did this person just criticize me?” Some react by saying “I need to figure out exactly what went wrong.” Some people react to constructive criticism by thinking “OK, now tell me how to fix this.” And still others analyze the constructive criticism, asking “Does this criticism make sense?”

Take this quiz to see how YOU react to constructive criticism.

Posted by Mark Murphy on 24 April, 2017 Constructive Criticism, Interpersonal Skills, Quizzes | 7 comments
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  • ktk - April 25, 2017

    On target!

  • Wini - May 16, 2016

    The result is so me. I’m the analyst.

  • Ingrid Wiggins-Hurst - February 02, 2016

    Results are soooooooooo me…..Nice quiz and tidbits!!

  • Eleanor Shaw - January 31, 2016

    A relationship ended after I offered what I believed was constructive criticism to a male friend.

  • Nkele - September 29, 2015

    Happy with the outcome of the quiz…it is so me … I care more about the person and the relationship going forward than the criticism itself.

  • nezisa - September 02, 2015

    I accept it with humility.I react in a polite way bcz they build me at time where I should keep it up.

  • savannah - August 28, 2015

    WOW this really taught me something my dad was right

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