About Sasha Grutzeck

Sasha Grutzeck is a Senior Instructional Designer at Johns Hopkins University. She’s a member of the Learning Solutions department, where she writes and designs e-courses (and other training materials) for Johns Hopkins University faculty and staff. She enjoys learning new things, collaborating with her coworkers, watching movies, taking ridiculously long walks, and eating the leftover baked goods that always seem to miraculously appear in the Learning Solutions kitchen.

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Want Valuable Feedback? Try the “Start-Stop-Continue” Method.

Want Valuable Feedback? Try the “Start-Stop-Continue” Method.

If you’re a manager, then you’re probably responsible for providing your team members with feedback – perhaps during annual performance reviews. But it’s also important to ask your team members to provide you with feedback. To be an effective leader, you need to know if you’re providing your team with the tools and information that(…)

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Four Reasons Why You May Not Be Providing Accurate Feedback

Four Reasons Why You May Not Be Providing Accurate Feedback

If you’re a manager, you’re probably responsible for providing your employees with feedback. Often this is done during an annual performance review. It’s a part of your job – but that doesn’t mean that it’s easy. In fact, providing feedback can be downright scary. It’s really hard to give people feedback when you have negative(…)

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Are You Difficult to Work With? Here Are Three Things You Can Do to Make Things Better.

Are You Difficult to Work With? Here Are Three Things You Can Do to Make Things Better.

Hey, I’m sure you’re great at your job. You probably do excellent work! But do you sometimes find that you rub your coworkers the wrong way? Do you think it’s possible that you’re a bit difficult to work with? If so, don’t worry. You can repair your working relationships. You’ll just need to make a(…)

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