Giving effective feedback is hard. In today’s workplace, value is driven by creativity and innovation, and employee feedback must drive a dual purpose of motivation and behavior improvement. Brain science has a lot to teach us about what makes great feedback.
Join Chris Yeh, author of New York Times best seller The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age, to learn today’s best practices for peer, manager and subordinate feedback.
- Approach/Avoidance: Understand the primal feelings that feedback triggers, and how to use them to your advantage
- Intrinsic/Extrinsic: Understand the true nature of motivation, and how feedback can either increase or decrease it
- Self-Expansion: Why relationships at work matter, and how feedback can create better ones
- Being an Ally: The right way to think about manager, subordinate, and peer relationships
About our guest speaker, Chris Yeh
Chris is the co-author, along with Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha, of the New York Times bestseller, The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age. Chris has founded, invested in, or advised over 50 high-tech startups. He earned two Bachelor’s degrees with distinction from Stanford University (Product Design Engineering and Creative Writing) and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was named a Baker Scholar.