We all experience feedback in our work and personal lives. When someone shares an opinion about our performance and behavior, it is feedback. When the feedback is negative, we call it criticism. Positive feedback is considered praise. Feedback, whether in the form of criticism or praise, is important because it helps us better understand ourselves and make improvements. Whether we like it or not, our peers, subordinates, and supervisors form opinions of us through our interactions with them. Our willingness to listen to feedback allows us to use it to grow and develop. This course discusses feedback, how to give it, how to receive it, how to ask for it, and how to use it.