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Thanks for the Feedback by Douglas Stone; Sheila Heen
Publication Date: 2015-03-31
Faculty Member Description: *The ideas in this book benefit all of us who receive feedback in our work on a regular basis. The authors help those receiving feedback to really think about how we usually respond to feedback and why, and then offer thoughtful ways to think about and use that feedback (regardless of what we think about it) as the receivers of that feedback.
One way to approach this book is by reading one chapter and then thinking and writing about the ideas and how they affect you. Think back to your practicum (PS I or II) and reflect deeply about how you reacted to the feedback you were provided. Write about other situations in which you received feedback and were glad of it and those where you did not appreciate the feedback, and ask yourself why that happened (putting the onus on you, not the person providing the feedback). This ideas in this book, can drastically improve how each of us reacts to feedback in our lives.