Seeking Feedback feat. Shikha Goel Mittal
Wisdom Whispers with Abhishek MittalFebruary 05, 202400:42:35

Seeking Feedback feat. Shikha Goel Mittal

Feedback is important, they say. But how important? And if it is important, shouldn't we make an concentrated effort to improve at this skill too? That’s exactly what you’ll get in this episode of Wisdom Whispers, the podcast where Abhishek Mittal interviews experts from different fields and shares their wisdom with you. In this episode, Abhishek chats with Shikha Goel Mittal, Director Data Science, Fortune 500 company. Shikha speaks about how she mentally prepares for feedback, how seeking feedback is an on-going process, and how to separate emotion from feedback.


Abhishek Mittal is a seasoned M&A professional with over 17 years of experience in management consulting. He has worked on multi-billion dollar deals across various industries and geographies, leading and managing teams of consultants. He has also taught at one of India’s top business schools, sharing his practical knowledge with aspiring leaders. Abhishek has a wide range of skills and specializes in M&A operations, such as project and program management, operating model design, process improvement, synergy analysis, and operational due diligence. He is a trusted advisor and thought leader known for his excellence and strategic vision.

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