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Professor, Stanford School of Education
Psychiatrist and Human Resources Consultant
In most organizations, there is a two-way conspiracy of silence that subverts honest feedback and causes a downward spiral of maladaptive behaviors. In the Fear of Feedback program, Myra Strober and Jay Jackman detail a road map for moving out of the fear and anger that lie beneath these behaviors, and into a mode that encourages open communication.
Fear of Feedback Program Highlights:
- How to transform a feedback-aversive environment in your company
- How the power differential affects giving and receiving feedback in organizations
- Why you need to stop guessing what your boss wants, and actively go out and get the feedback you need
Giving feedback to your subordinates can improve their performance and make you look better as a leader and manager. Receiving feedback can enhance your career and make your job more rewarding. Yet, in most organizations, there is a two-way conspiracy of silence that subverts honest feedback and causes a downward spiral of maladaptive behaviors: procrastination, denial, brooding, jealousy, confusion, blame and self-sabotage.
In the Fear of Feedback video, Strober and Jackman detail a road map for moving out of the fear and anger that lie beneath these behaviors, and into a mode that encourages open communication. They provide a four-step process for actively pursuing the feedback you need, and methods for giving feedback that allow you to feel comfortable and in control, whether the message is negative or positive.
- Fear of Feedback DVD (51 Minutes)
Dr. Jay Jackman received his BA from Columbia University, MD from Harvard Medical School and JD from the University of California Hastings College of the Law.
Dr. Myra Strober has a BS in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University, an MA in economics from Tufts University and a PhD in economics from MIT.
Stanford Executive Briefings Filmed monthly at the Stanford University Faculty Club, these lively presentations give you access to high-level speakers who share their insights and “best practices” with the business community.
This training program is included in the Influence and Negotiation Collection