november, 2021

18nov1:00 pm1:45 pmGood with Words - Feedback Loops: How to Give and Receive Better Feedback1:00 pm - 1:45 pm

Academic Innovation Virtual Event

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Event Details

An important time to be good with words is when you are either giving or receiving  feedback. So join Professor Patrick Barry in a special Zoom session of the “Feedback Loops” course he teaches at the University of Michigan Law School. You’ll learn about written feedback. You’ll learn about spoken feedback. And with any luck, you’ll come away with a better understanding of how to achieve the right mix of encouragement and evaluation the next time somebody asks you for your input.

Good with Words – Feedback Loops: How to Give and Receive Better Feedback with Patrick Barry and U-M students
November 18, 2021
1-1:45 p.m. ET
REGISTER HERE

MEET PROFESSOR PATRICK BARRY, JD/PHD

An All-American soccer player in college, Professor Barry is the author of several books on advocacy, including Good with Words: Writing and Speaking, Good with Words: Speaking and Presenting, Notes on Nuance, and the series The Syntax of Sports. He has won the Provost’s Innovation in Teaching Prize at the University of Michigan and the Wayne Booth Prize for Teaching Excellence at the University of Chicago. He also regularly works with law firms, state governments, and nonprofit organizations to help them improve the way they communicate their ideas.

*This virtual event will be recorded for educational and archival purposes, but it will not be shared with participants.

The Center for Academic Innovation (CAI) is committed to ensuring that our meetings and events are accessible to all individuals. This event will be using Zoom. Please let us know how we can ensure that this event is inclusive to you. What accommodations or access needs can we help facilitate? Contact Trevor Parnell, Event and Marketing Specialist (tparn@umich.edu) with any questions or access needs.

Time

(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm

Location

Virtual Event

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