Receiving feedback from managers, colleagues and service users helps you to gain a better understanding of strengths and weaknesses in your job role. It then enables me to reflect on the comments and act on them accordingly. For example, having surveys to fill in on the service that has been provided and about the staff. Another examples are, having staff meetings. So each staff member has a chance to say how they feel working alongside a team and how well they work with either colleagues or if they feel like some people are not working as a team or if they are either struggling with certain things or if they feel they are doing well or if they have any concerns. Sometimes people don’t like sitting in staff meetings for everyone to hear what they have to say, so then there are supervisions that they can then speak one to one with their line manager to either express concerns, weather they are happy or not or anything else work related. So when everyone has received their feedback, they are able to to improve skills and to help each other so that team work is improved and that communication is always happening.