If you are really honest with yourself, are you avoiding some important leaps forward in your work because you are worried about the criticism that might come? Or do you notice yourself feeling beholden to praise – whether rave reviews from clients or gold stars from a boss? When women are crushed by criticism or dependent on praise, it is almost impossible for them to innovate. In this interactive web session entitled Learning to Love Criticism and Navigate Feedback, leadership expert Tara Mohr will share insightful strategies to navigate difficult criticism and to embrace situations that might bring negative feedback, so women can play bigger. The web session takes place on June 6, 2019.
By the end of the session, you should be able to:
- Recognize personal instances where attachment to praise and avoidance of criticism may be keeping them from voicing your ideas or pursuing the work they want to do.
- Apply a practical tool to strategically incorporate feedback (even criticism!) – but not go on an emotional roller coaster with it.
About the Speaker
Tara Mohr is an expert on women’s leadership, a writer, speaker, educator and coach. She’s the author of Playing Big: Practical Wisdom For Women Who Want To Speak Up, Create, and Lead, published by Penguin Random House and named a Best Book of the Year by Apple’s iBooks. She’s the creator of the pioneering Playing Big leadership program for women and the Playing Big Facilitators Training for coaches, mentors and managers who support women in their personal and professional growth. Her work has been featured on the Today Show, and in publications ranging from The New York Times to goop to Harvard Business Review. The Playing Big model have been part of leadership development programs at Starbucks, Google, Zillow and many other companies. Tara received her MBA from Stanford University and her BA in English Literature from Yale University.