Shu - Ha- Ri of Feedback
All of us teach and preach about feedback in our daily lives as an effective way to learn and grow. I do my part on feedback too very diligently. But as always I have an uncomfortable tingling anxiety when I hear ‘feedback’. Inspired by the experiments run by Jia Jiang on '100 days of rejection' I decided to experiment with feedback. This is talk about my journey of experimenting with feedback through 25 experiments in seeking feedback for myself and my work in various settings like my training sessions , from my team mates (360 degree) ,my job interviews and even at home with my family. I will share my top 5 experiments ad my learning from it and also the top 5 techniques
that I found useful in receiving feedback and how this changed my approach towards giving feedback. Feedback is a progression and I navigated and still navigating through the phases of Shu - Ha - Ri for feedback.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- My story with feedback
- Why experiment with Feedback
- Overview of my 25 experiments with feedback
- My Top 5 experiments & lessons
- My Top 5 techniques
Learn new techniques suited for different contexts and try them to make feedback more fun. And move from feeling uncomfortable with feedback to feeling comfortable and creating opportunities to learn from feedback.
This talk is suitable for participants of all levels. A fair understanding that feedback if for self-growth and hence team growth will help participants relate to the topic.
Prerequisites for Attendees
An open and curious mind to understand more about feedback.
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