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How to give and receive feedback

Hosted by

Julie Zhuo

What you'll learn

Thinking about feedback as a truly helpful gift

Creating a foundation of trust & curiosity

Checking in on whether you're being heard (correctly)

Being specific enough to drive positive change

Why this topic matters

I've read 1000s of manager reviews. The top comment is “my manager shares their opinions on my work, but I need more feedback about my career, my strengths & progression.” People crave behavioral feedback because gives insight into how we do our work and how to do it better. But it’s hard to give and receive. Join me to think about good feedback & how to make it into a regular & powerful practice.

You'll learn from

Julie Zhuo

Author, The Making of a Manager; Formerly VP Design at Facebook

Julie is the co-founder of Sundial, a modern analytics platform that turns raw data into visuals and insights to help teams make better, faster decisions. Before that she was the VP of Product Design for the Facebook app, where she helped scale the service from 10 million users to over 2 billion during her nearly 14 years there. Her field guide to management, The Making of a Manager, became an instant Wall Street Journal bestseller and was selected as one of Amazon's Best Business and Leadership Books that year.


She writes about technology, design, and leadership on her popular blog and mailing list, The Looking Glass. She graduated with a bachelor’s and master’s in Computer Science from Stanford University, and lives with her husband and three children in California's Bay Area.

Previously at

Facebook
Harvard Business Review
MIT Sloan Management Review Middle East
Stanford University
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