Speaking of scaffolding, I’m in the process of prototyping some new programming around the always-challenging topic of feedback. I’ve written about feedback before, and likely will again, as it continues to be a common, and often thorny, subject. Which leads me to the current experiment: I’m opening up a small number of short, focused coaching sessions—called “lab sessions”—specifically oriented around the topic of feedback: how to give it, what to do with it when you get it, how to think it through, and more. Think of these sessions as a pop-up laboratory where you can quickly and safely form a hypothesis, test it against what you know, then take your findings back to work. Sessions are always totally confidential, but I intend to use trends I glean from them to inform future programming.
Lab sessions are free but very limited, and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn more about lab sessions or book your session today.