What do you think? rarely gets you the feedback you want. It’s general and people don’t know what you are wanting.
From the Blog on feedback
The thing about reviews is we rarely state what our expectations were to begin with. We assume our expectations are the same as others, they rarely are.
The feedback exchange is not, and should be, a competitive act. Rather it should be generous. Yes it can be scary, but you can still say thank you.
Embracing feedback becomes a wise choice when we do something with it to improve our work, our projects. It is not easy, but it is necessary.
We don’t ask if they understand why we need the information and data. And almost never do we ask ‘how’d we do’ about this part of the process.
We are capturing more feedback than ever, but still not acting or making change on it. We are wasting everyone’s time and resources, this must change.