How to Give and How to Ask for Effective Feedback
Many people are uncomfortable giving or asking for feedback and most individuals assume that it is quite time-consuming to undertake this. This presentation will focus on a method for providing succinct, focused, timely and effective feedback to others, whether one is in a supervisory role, the role of an educator or the role of a colleague. The presentation includes an overview of the method followed by role-playing of several scenarios. After participating in the workshop, the audience members will have a structured approach that will allow them to feel more effective in giving or asking for feedback.
Melissa Upton, MD, professor emeritus, Pathology, University of Washington Medical Center