Being at Indiana University, I understand that there are over 45,000 students on campus. For me to be supported on campus, I would like for my supervisor to offer me constructive feedback that are good and bad. Receiving constructive feedback will allow me to understand that things that I am doing right and the things that I need to improve on. I would like to receive constructive feedback in person. I meet with Paul every week for my one on one, so during this time will be good for constructive feedback. I want Paul to feel free to communicate with me at any time about anything. Communication is an essential part in higher education and when people do not communicate with each other, it can affect the workplace (Fry and Marshall, 2008). If
It is always my aim to ensure that feedback is timely and given in a constructive and sensitive manner; and my approach can sometimes be influenced by what I have learned during initial assessment; and as I develop relationships with the learner. I have recently made efforts to encourage my learners to reflect and to self-assess their performance. I feel that this helps to pave the way for me to feedback to the individual and to reduce the risk of de-motivating them.
Every company should want to ensure that it produces quality products or services. Verizon field technicians use a checklist to help ensure that they are doing quality work. The checklist reminds the technician what needs to be done at each job. Even with a checklist and process in place it could be better. The mangers need to spend more time in the field ensure quality work is being done.
Another way of gathering information about the service processes is through corrective action, which has always been a very important part of customer relationship management. What corrective action means is that when a service failure happens, such failure is documented and the issue is resolved in a way that it never happens
The baseline data was collected for two weeks from October 1st to October 14th. The average amount of water consumed per day was 26.7 ounces. According to this average, the subject only drank approximately 38% of the target amount of 72 ounces of water, which is very low. The trend, or slope, of the baseline data may seem to show an increasing trend in water consumption, but this may be because there is one outlier, 48 ounces, that effects the rest of the data. Without the outlier, there seems to be no overall trend in the data. There is some variability in the data, but once again, this may be influenced by the outlier in the baseline data.
The most important concept to me for Module Three is Feedback and Counseling, however, I am just going to discuss the feedback portion. Feedback is an imperative part of communication because it can be used to either encourage my Airmen to do something right, encourage them when they have done something right or discourage them from doing something wrong. It can also set my Airmen up for success if done correctly, honestly and if accepted. When preventative and rehabilitation feedback is done appropriately this could have a positive impact on an Airmen’s career.
Connecting with a group of doctoral students for the first residency is very frightening. Several students admitted to having feelings of misperception, worry, or uncertainty. Meeting someone new is certainly not comfortable, however the expectations and anxiety of a doctoral program is sufficient for someone to ask why one would choose to undertake a huge venture. This residency has motivated me to endure in my program. There were several eye-openers that revealed development and improvement as a doctoral student. In the last five days, various lessons and experiences were taught and learned but the most important
Therefore, feedback is designed to provide useful information to participants to help develop and improve them as leaders. It should not be used to hurt participants or make them feel bad; however, feedback is needed for improvements and coaching in order to move them to the next level. According to Hughes, Ginnett, & Curphy (2015) “The skill of giving constructive feedback, however, inherently involves actively giving feedback to some else. Getting helpful feedback is essential to a subordinate’s performance and development. Without feedback, a subordinate will not be able to tell whether she’s doing a good job or whether her abrasiveness is turning people off and hurting her chances for promotion (p.444).”
I disagree with your statement "To a degree the educator is esteemed responsible for drawing in understudy adapting through natural and extraneous inspiration, nonetheless, the student is the essential source, nothing is expert without their drive and longing to learn" (Bellamy, 2015). I recommend you read this article on “Focus on Formative Feedback” Full text at: http://myweb.fsu.edu/vshute/pdf/shute%202008_b.pdf.
In Module 6 I found the most important concept to be Individualized Consideration. This concept is most important to me because I interact with many Airmen every day that have very different personalities and learning styles. One implication of not using this concept is that I will fail to develop an individual in the correct path. Another implication of not using this concept is communication breakdown between subordinates and myself. When subordinates do not think you take their personal needs into consideration they won’t be likely to discuss topics with you. I will use this concept to help my subordinates achieve their personal and professional goals.
While the product of a bandwagon, it is a fact that the CCDA was introduced during a period of stasis, or a non-crisis time. While the bill had a strong coalition and message behind it, and there was a stronger need for child care due to more women entering the workforce, there was no immediately dire need evident. Even while women entering the workplace has doubled even since that time, our country still hasn’t seen a need to expand child care despite astronomical costs to working parents and the flat lining of salaries. In fact, the status quo has stayed the same, in that the Head Start program still exists as it did then, albeit with a few more services being offered, but it has yet to be expanded despite an even greater need today than the needs of that time. Even our recent Recession didn’t bring up the issue or
Interpersonal communication is a medium that everyone uses in their daily life to express their feelings, emotions or information .It can be electronic (txt messages, mails) or verbal. According to Beebe, Interpersonal communication is a distinctive, transactional form of human communication involving mutual influence, usually for the purpose of managing relationships (Beebe 2104). A brief understanding is required between the individuals that are communicating as it is up to the receiver how he interprets the msg. Carr et al.(2005 cited De Janasz 2014, p.424) states that it is not unusual to find that your behaviours are differently interpreted than you intended .this is why feedback in communication
These counsellors then took the feedback to supervisors and helped them modify their behavior. This exercise resulted in better intra organizational communication.
Providing feedback about how effectively a person is performing the desired behavior is an important aspect of behavior change. People need to know what works and what does not in order to keep improving. In order to be most effective, feedback about behavior should be fairly immediate, frequent, and specific to individuals. But, due to the nature of the
Continuous feedback is going to be necessary in order for the company to grow. Communication is going to be necessary in order for individuals to get along with each other. The authors Timperley & Robinson (1997) stated that teacher