When reviewing actions individuals take to become great leaders, Zenger and Folkman identified “Seek ways to give and receive productive feedback and learn to absorb it in an emotionally healthy way” as a key action. In addition, when discussing the role of organizations in developing leaders, they discussed the importance of creating a culture of feedback.
After viewing the video Joe Folkman_Feedback, reading the article on feedback, discuss the following three questions:
What recommendations do you have for a person who provides feedback to his/her direct reports, peers, or manager?
What recommendations of you have for the person who receives feedback?
Do you have any additional recommendations/suggestions, specific to a manager who would like to receive feedback from his/her direct reports?
Helga's portrayal in Quicksand is sexually great, proposing the duality of a dark lady winding up sexually attractive, crossing the outskirts set up by society. Helga's engaging quality is portrayed in a few shading references, the primary depiction made by the storyteller inspiring the opinion that "an onlooker would have thought her all around fitted to that encircling of light and shade" (Larsen 1994, p. 2). Helga is a sign of the disconcertment of a lady in a male centric culture, as she "could neither acclimate, nor be glad in her unconformity" (Larsen 1994, p. 7). Not exclusively is Helga unfit to acknowledge any position on her race, she is additionally unable to discover acknowledgment for her sexual power. The same "parts of her that she couldn't be pleased with" unexpectedly "envisioned the distress of James Vayle" in her "maladjustment"; she "had a black out idea that it was behind his prepared consent to her recommendation anent a more extended commitment than, initially, they had arranged" (Larsen 1994, p. 7). In spite of Vayle's family and their bigotry of Helga's familial and racial vagueness, Helga's life partner speaks to Helga's effort of control over a man. With such chances mounted against his association to Helga, the consistent suspicion would be his relinquishment of a relationship. Be that as it may, Helga's way of life as a dark lady with white highlights enables her to be wanted by him; James can't give up as he is overwhelmed and has minimal decision in the issue. Larsen demonstrates James' frailty, portraying him as "preferred and affirmed of" in the town of Naxos, however "[loathing] the young lady he was to wed couldn't figure out how to win enjoying and endorsement additionally" (Larsen 1994, p. 7). Indeed, even Helga is aware of James' vulnerability, as she knew "that a something held [James], a something against which he was weak" (Larsen 1994, pp. 7-8). The unspeakable factor in sexuality is multi-faceted. While at the same time a wide range of sexuality are unique, they are on the whole unspeakable in their basic root as dangers to hetero, male predominance. Hypothetical introduction of the unspeakable is generally in view of the presence of non-ordinary sexualities, while at the same time imaginary introductions show themselves in various media as appeared in Morrison and Larsen's works. Despite the fact that the extent of supposed sexual abnormality is huge, the general commence continues as before. Reference index>