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How to Give and Receive Feedback at Work - Shared screen with speaker view
Colleen
05:52
hi
Denise
05:53
hi!!
Christine Swenson
05:53
Hello!
Kristina Rikantis
05:54
Hola
Kristen Swan Grashel
05:56
hi!
Nikki Knox
05:57
Hi, can hear you, thanks
christinacollura
05:58
Hi! :)
Veronica
05:59
Hello! You’re nice and clear.
pzula
06:00
Can hear
Lindsay Konsko
06:01
HI!
jandon
06:17
hello
Ailyn Mendoza
06:24
hello from nyc :)
kiaratchir
09:06
Bomb haircut
Veronica
12:30
Amazing story
Christine Swenson
18:19
Upper management favorites
Kristina Rikantis
18:31
That I will be taken as bitchy and not informative
erielle
18:33
Them misunderstanding feedback completely/taking it personally
jandon
18:39
retaliation
Aysun
18:43
Being misunderstood, being called bitchy
Nikki Knox
18:46
That nothing useful or actionable will come out of it
Erin E
18:47
Seeming too critical of others and hurting relationships with my coworkers
Veronica
18:50
Managers who do not welcome feedback. And I wish we could plus 1 to Kristina and Erielle
Aysun
18:54
people avoiding because I ask for things
Isatu Conteh
18:55
Not feeling knowledgeable enough about the product to be able to comment.
Antonia Diener
18:56
giving feedback: fear of retribution; receiving feedback: asking clarifying questions being confused with being defensive
christinacollura
19:11
The fear that the organization will see you as replaceable. So if you ask for a raise or make a fuss about pay they will see you as a “complainer” and perhaps let you go and find someone “cheaper” to fill your position.
Erin E
20:07
Not knowing how to properly handle disappointment or worry when I have some improvements to make myself
Ruth Cheesley
32:18
Great point about not only giving negative feedback - it's easy to slip into that habit
Christine Swenson
40:34
What if you don’t trust the person giving feedback?
Aysun
41:16
How do you handle a manager who doesn’t actually listen to you?
erielle
41:18
What if you get feedback but there’s nothing you can do?
Erin E
41:24
Sometimes the people that need feedback the most are the ones that are hardest to talk to or not open to feedback. How do you have tough conversations with people who are harder to approach?
Veronica
41:51
Good questions Christine and Erin.
kiaratchir
42:23
For those raises, what percentage jump is it? 20,000 of x original amount?
Ruth Cheesley
42:41
How would you approach someone who consistently gives out negative feedback playing others in a team down when the problems often originate from that person themselves - how to reflect back to them their own shortcomings in a positive way without being too aggressive?
erielle
43:12
+1 to Ruth’s question
Ailyn Mendoza
43:23
+1 to Ruths too
christinacollura
43:59
How do you handle, gracefully, feedback from someone who is doing THE thing that they are telling you should be worked on or improved? (ex. They are asking you to work at being on time but they are chronically late.)
Aysun
48:49
What do you think about people putting all their feedback into a PIP but not an other ways before a PIP?
Ailyn Mendoza
50:12
whats a PIP?
Aysun
51:42
Personal Improvement Plan (a way for companies to show that they tried to improve your performance but trying to fire you)
bla91335
51:43
peroformance imporvement plan
Aysun
51:52
right.. performance :)
Ailyn Mendoza
51:58
ah thanks
Veronica
53:21
Any tips on how to control your expression when you’re given feedback that does hurt your feelings? Everything shows on my face :(
Erin E
53:28
SAME! ^^
Christine Swenson
53:38
+1 on expressions
Christine Swenson
55:35
Can you talk more about what a gratitude journal is?
christinacollura
01:03:52
This was SUPER helpful. Lots of useful information. Thank you!
Jessica
01:03:56
thank you!
Veronica
01:04:10
Thanks Ashley — great session.
Erin E
01:04:12
Thanks for the great talk. You have a nice, clear presentation style!
Kristen Swan Grashel
01:04:12
Thank you! Very helpful!
Abriel Shipley
01:04:15
thank you! Very informative. :)
Aysun
01:04:22
Thank you!