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  1. 1. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Feedforward Interesting Talks Joshua Spodek March 14, 2016 josh@spodek.net www.joshuaspodek.com
  2. 2. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek What brought you here? Introductions
  3. 3. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek To improve yourself—behavior-related To improve professional relationships To improve personal relationships Fewer and shorter arguments To turn disagreements into personal growth To understand why it works To get to know people faster To meet similar-minded people To create mentors out of relationships Needs as understood
  4. 4. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek About me About Marshall What Feedforward is and how to do it You'll do it Review what's happening and why it works Fifteen-minute break More, for those who want it Questions Agenda
  5. 5. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek CV credentials PhD Satellite Entrepreneur MBA Esquire “Best and Brightest” Executive/personal coach NYU Adjunct; Columbia Business School lecturer and coach Author/Blogger—www.joshuaspodek.com Columnist for Inc. Joshua Spodek
  6. 6. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Pioneered 360-feedback Profiled in New Yorker, HBR, Forbes Named #1 leadership thinker in world; awards from Times, Forbes, Economist etc #1 NYT, WSJ bestselling books Worked with Peter Drucker and Frances Hesselbein Taught at Dartmouth Top client: Alan Mulaly, as CEO increased Ford's share price 18 times Personal mentor Inspired me to create small, simple exercises at heart of leadership success Marshall Goldsmith
  7. 7. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Feedback is essential for self-improvement, but has some problems. People don't like to give negative feedback, so we discount positive feedback. Can't change the past. Feedback
  8. 8. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Create a way to get feedback but without triggering judgment and making it useful for present and future Embody it in a script Practice the script to get the principles and habit (I'm amazed at how well-crafted the script is, especially after ten years) Feedforward principles
  9. 9. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek 1. Identify something behavior-related you want to improve—e.g., public speaking 2. Identify a person who can help and why they would be helpful—e.g. the person has seen you and others speaking in public 3. Say to him or her: “I'd like to improve my public speaking. You've seen me speak in public and others whom you liked. I wonder if you could give me two or three pieces of advice that could help me improve?” 4. Write them down. Clarify if necessary. Do not evaluate. 5. “Thank you” Optional: ask for accountability Example. Volunteer? Feedforward “recipe” http://www.marshallgoldsmithlibrary.com/cim/articles_display.php?aid=110
  10. 10. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Think of something behavior-related you want to change—ideally that the person next to you can help you with Find someone, give and get feedforward, then repeat with someone new Quantity to get quality Try to get most interactions in ten minutes Follow the script. Practicing do re fa mi so la do ti doesn't help you learn piano. Your turn
  11. 11. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek 1.Identify something behavior-related you want to improve 2.Identify a person who can help and why they would be helpful 3.Say to him or her: “I'd like to improve my [X]. You've seen me [do X] and others whom you liked. I wonder if you could give me two or three pieces of advice that could help me improve?” 4.Write them down. Clarify if necessary. Do not evaluate. 5.“Thank you” Optional: ask for accountability. Feedforward “recipe”
  12. 12. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek If you could pick one word to describe the exercise, what would you pick? How many people got useful advice? How many people plan to implement some of the advice? How many people want to see if they will use your advice? How many people felt bad about being judged? How many people felt good about the advice they gave? How many people felt like an expert when giving the advice? Exercise review
  13. 13. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek 1.Identify something behavior-related you want to improve 2.Identify a person who can help and why they would be helpful 3.Say to him or her: “I'd like to improve my [X]. You've seen me [do X] and others whom you liked. I wonder if you could give me two or three pieces of advice that could help me improve?” 4.Write them down. Clarify if necessary. Do not evaluate. 5.“Thank you” Optional: ask for accountability. Script analysis
  14. 14. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Regular professional development Personal development Management review with double application Think of manager's impression You led a usually challenging situation into one where they didn't need to do the hard work You are taking responsibility They feel vested in your success. They will help Resolving conflict: disarming Networking Applications
  15. 15. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Unconscious competence at continual development while developing relationships See caustic effects of judgment and how to avoid them Get mentors The rest of the needs as understood Long term results
  16. 16. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek So far,So far, Tip of the icebergTip of the iceberg
  17. 17. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Marshall and I partnering on my courses History with Marshall Studied in business school, met the next year, learned Feedforward and No, But, However Contrasted his technique with lecture, case study, and biography Short, simple exercises based on theory and experience Results: fast, experiential, enduring, not memorizing facts, immediate Instead of analyzing, fixing Update from yesterday
  18. 18. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Learning leadership a passion since business school Friends prompted me to coach and write Began coaching, writing, and giving seminars Evolved into teaching and coaching at Columbia and NYU Noticed the difference between experiential and traditional learning Nearly every course and book I found taught traditionally: principles of leadership, laws of leadership, biography Yet leading is not a traditional academic subject. It's active, social, emotional, experiential, and performance based New passion: how to teach in such a field Meanwhile, coaching led to creating more exercises like Marshall's Between then and now: How to teach
  19. 19. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Years of exercise-based coaching led to curriculum Two tracks emerged: Leadership and Coaching NYU hired me to teach both Updated Marshall He endorsed and now wants to partner I've been using the same technique I teach, both in creating courses (entrepreneurship) and partnering (leadership) Online experiential, exercise-based courses
  20. 20. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Student gets exercise Work on exercise with people they care about on matters they care about Unique, personalized experience, facing emotional and social challenges Instead of telling you answers, giving experience where you discover them You'll be able to teach others as well as I can (with enough practice) Reflect and post reflections to forum Read others' reflections, developing community and learning from each other Hear conversation between me and Chris The iceberg: Course structure
  21. 21. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek I hope you get value from Feedforward I've used it nonstop for a decade. Marshall built his career on it. For those who want comprehensive courses based on that structure: Two courses: Leadership and Entrepreneurship Instead of learning about leadership, learn to lead Courses
  22. 22. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek From joshuaspodek.com, click “Courses” Courses
  23. 23. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Same exercises, same software, same order They get classroom experience Compare with NYU versions of same courses
  24. 24. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek $6,056!!
  25. 25. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek $498 for either I've always started low and raised Better discount because I respond a lot now, which will be premium Online price
  26. 26. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek 20% off with “LONDON” for the rest of today 10% off tomorrow Discount Codes!
  27. 27. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Student voices from last semester Online forum Only for self-motivated Results
  28. 28. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek From joshuaspodek.com, click courses If interested
  29. 29. Joshua Spodek Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net joshuaspodek.com @spodek Thank you and Questions Joshua Spodek josh@spodek.net www.joshuaspodek.com

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