This course provides participants with the knowledge and tools to foster meaningful feedback at work. Participants will examine the advantages and common barriers to effective feedback in organizational settings, and learn research-backed strategies for improving feedback conversations. In addition to live, synchronous sessions with discussion and exercises, participants will complete a self-paced professional development module, which will guide them through a personalized process of identifying, seeking, and incorporating feedback into their professional lives.
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Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Office of Executive Education is a CAE Approved Provider. This program meets the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. Every program that we offer which qualifies for CAE credit will clearly identify the number of CAE credits granted for full participation, and we will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit www.asaecenter.org/cae.
As a CAE Approved Provider educational program related to the CAE exam content outline, this program may be applied for 21 credits toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.
Johns Hopkins University is recognized by SHRM to offer SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP professional development credits. This program is valid for 18 PDCs.
For more information about certification or recertification, please visit shrmcertification.org.
Who should attend
- Managers and leaders are interested in adapting a structured model for giving and receiving feedback in a way that assures accountability and behavior change.
What you will learn
- Possess a stronger understanding of the importance of feedback for organizational and professional success, grounded in cutting-edge research in organizational science
- Develop and practice concrete strategies for delivering effective feedback in organizational settings
- Develop and practice strategies for seeking, receiving, and integrating feedback into their own professional growth
Erik Helzer, PhD
Executive Education Faculty, Carey Business School
Erik Helzer, PhD (Cornell University), is currently researching moral character, ethical behavior, and belief accuracy at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. He received the Social Psychology Student Publication Award and the Sage Graduate Fellowship from Cornell University, among other awards. His research has been published in academic journals, including the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and Theory and Research in Education.
Assistant Professor and Academic Director of Executive Education, Carey Business School
Christopher G. Myers, PhD (Management & Organizations, University of Michigan) is an assistant professor and academic director of Executive Education at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School with joint faculty appointments in the School of Medicine and Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. His research explores questions of learning, development, and innovation in organizations, as well as how people learn vicariously from others’ knowledge and experience at work.