Do you hate giving feedback? Are you afraid to hurt someone’s feelings, become the bad guy, or that they won’t be open to hearing it? That’s probably because you were never taught how to give effective feedback.
Dr. Therese Huston, cognitive scientist and founding director of The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Seattle University, shares insights from her new book Let’s Talk: Making Effective Feedback Your Superpower to help identify the difference between effective and ineffective models so that any feedback you provide, negative or positive, will be constructive, meaningful, and clear.
By applying these simple strategies, you will gain confidence in providing the most effective feedback for both you and your employees.
Meet our guest:
Therese Huston, Ph.D., is the author of the new book, Let’s Talk: Make Effective Feedback Your Superpower (Portfolio / Penguin). Huston was the founding director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Seattle University, and she regularly gives talks and consults on how to give and solicit better feedback at work. Let’s Talk is her third book. Find her at: https://www.theresehuston.com/