shared practice 4
On his website, Marshall Goldsmith discusses some of the limitations of traditional feedback: â€œit focuses on the past, on what has already occurredâ€”not on the infinite variety of opportunities that can happen in the future. As such, feedback can be limited and static, as opposed to expansive and dynamicâ€ (Goldsmith, 2002). In response to the many limitations he identifies in the feedback process, he has developed an alternative: feedforward. In this Shared Practice, you will have the opportunity to experiment with the feedforward method and examine its potential effectiveness.
Then think about your goals and consider three questions:
- What should I stop doing?
- What could I start doing?
- What might I want to do differently?
Finally, consider the benefits, implications, or consequences to stopping, starting, or changing the behaviors you thought about.
With these thoughts in mind:
Prepare a description of one behavior that you would like to change in your professional lifeâ€”one that significantly impacts how you manage or relate to othersâ€”and briefly describe this behavior in your post. Attached is the story and other references are needed.