Feedback Loops: How to Give & Receive High-Quality Feedback
Feedback plays a key role in the development of students and professionals of all kinds. Yet few people are taught how to give effective feedback or how to receive it.
This Feedback Loops specialization is designed to change that. Based on a popular class at the University of Michigan Law School that people have called “extremely useful,” “super engaging,” and “the highlight of my week,” it is full of evidence-based tips and techniques you can use to improve your feedback skills in a wide-range of situations: in school, at work, on athletic teams, inside musical groups, and certainly when interacting with your friends and family.
It also provides a number of “Feedback Labs” in which you can practice applying—in a safe, low-stakes way—the many concepts you’ll be learning.
U-M Credit Eligible
Clinical Assistant Professor of Law
Michigan Law School
Feedback Loops: Feedback Fundamentals|
4 weeksWhat if you could become really good at both giving and receiving feedback? Imagine the …
Feedback Loops: Vertical Feedback
4 weeksHierarchies are everywhere. They’re at work. They’re at school. They’re inside our families, teams, and …
Feedback Loops: Horizontal Feedback
4 weeksWhat’s the best way to give and get feedback from a coworker? How about from …
Feedback Loops: Team Feedback|
52 weeksGiving and getting individual feedback is one thing. But the dynamics are different when the …
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