What you will learn:
Recent research shows that women and people of color are far more likely to receive character-based, unhelpful feedback during performance reviews, and thus are held back in their growth and long-term career development. Managers may bring subconscious biases into their performance review conversations that prevent all employees from receiving feedback that is actionable, and helps the employee develop in their career. This workshop focuses on removing these subconscious biases from feedback conversations and ensuring that managers and employees know how to give actionable, unbiased feedback. Through role plays and exercises, participants will learn to identify their own subconscious biases and practice how to ensure the feedback they are giving is actionable and equitable.
About the instructor:
Rachel Pacheco, PhD is an advisor, management author, and faculty member at The Wharton School. She is passionate about supporting executives and managers on how to build thriving teams and develop inclusive and resilient cultures poised for high-growth.
At Wharton, Rachel conducts research on management—specifically on power and conflict—and is a member of the teaching faculty. She is also a founding faculty member of the Entrepreneurship in Education Program at the University of Pennsylvania. Her award-winning book, Bringing Up the Boss, focuses on providing practical tools for managers. A former chief people officer, Rachel has served on the board of advisors and held executive positions for numerous start-ups, primarily in the digital health and wellness space.
She holds a PhD and MBA from The Wharton School and a BS from Georgetown University.
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Suggested Length90 min
# of Employees100
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