Research shows that feedback is critical for leaders and that creating a culture of feedback is key to a team’s success. The more successful a team is, the better an organization’s bottom line. However, there is an art to giving and receiving feedback, and if not done properly, feedback can have a negative impact to morale. Conversely, teams who receive feedback in a positive, supportive way will strive to continue to do well.
There can be a gender dimension to giving and receiving feedback that is critical for women in leadership roles to understand, as men and women react differently. In this course, Professor Deborah Streeter will examine the gender dimensions of giving and receiving feedback and explore strategies for working as effectively as possible to lead a high-performing team.
Faculty AuthorDeborah Streeter
Benefits to the Learner
- Learn various ways to provide effective feedback that will lead to improved performance
- Identify areas in which gender plays a role in the ways that people give and receive feedback
- Develop numerous methods of motivating people to understand the direction in which you want to lead them
- Learn how to effectively seek mentors and sponsors for personal development
Target AudienceWomen who are mid- to-senior level managers, regardless of whether they have a formal team to lead. This course is also meant for women who aspire to move into leadership roles and have a minimum 3-5 years professional experience. It is applicable to a global audience from developed countries.
- HR Certification Institute (HRCI) General Units 10.0 General Approval Number ORG-Program-509130 10.0 General
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) 10.0 Credits Approval Number 20-MJ44Z 10.0 Credits