Generally, I like to get feedback that is profuse and positive. If it’s negative, then I like it to be rational, reasoned and supported by evidence.
I much prefer feedback to be in writing so that I can mull it over and reply (if a reply is necessary) in due course. Sometimes, my first impressions are not accuratre and so delaying my response is necessary.
If I get verbal feedback then I find that my attempt to make notes interferes with my ability to listen. This also is true of all communications with me, such as giving me instructions for a task.
That said, sometimes a simple ‘thanks’ is enough.