Feedback is key for employee development and growth. Please answer the three questions by reading the PowerPoint in total one page.
As part of your class preparation for this week, please listen to this podcast on learning to love criticism (Links to an external site.). As you listen to the podcast, please consider and respond to the questions below. This response is self-reflection focused; I am looking for your thoughtful consideration of the questions at hand rather than application of course concepts.
1. Anticipate the feedback that your OB Problem Analysis team members will say about you. Name two positive and two critical pieces of feedback you think you will receive.
2. Feedback is key for employee development and growth. Have you sought feedback, particularly critical feedback before? From whom and when do you, or should you, seek critical feedback?
3. Optional: Over the past year, many of you have been working and studying remotely. Since we know that feedback givers tend to focus on critical feedback or not give feedback at all, you might have bright spots (i.e., something positive) big or small that have occurred that you wish others knew or had provided some positive feedback on. For example, this might be passing a tough class, maintaining mental health while working from home, celebrating a milestone birthday, securing an internship, launching a new event in a student organization, etc. Please share your bright spot with a photo (your own or image from the internet) or a few words. Note that photos and words may be shared with our class lab.