Lisa Steelman, dean of the College of Psychology and Liberal Arts, is co-editor of a new book highlighting research into workplace feedback.
Feedback at Work is intended to give an expert compilation on current theories and research into feedback, as well as practical recommendations to improve the feedback processes in organizations. It is a summary of the current state of evidence-based knowledge on feedback processes.
As it is crucial for success, the practice of effectively giving and receiving feedback has been the subject of countless articles for over a century. The process, though, has come under new scrutiny as the ever-changing work environment leads to many modifications of feedback mechanisms. Feedback at Work, co-edited with Jane R. Williams, provides a thorough examination of the current literature concerning the process of feedback, and offers key take-aways for being more intentional through the feedback process.
The book, published by Springer, is available at Amazon and at other booksellers.