Receptivity to Assessment-based Feedback for Management Development
Research on feedback acceptance typically has not focused on feedback given in developmental contexts nor has this research used sources other than self-reports to measure feedback acceptance. This study examined recipient characteristics as influences on receptivity to management development feedback. Racial similarity of the feedback recipient and giver was the most consistent predictor of receptivity. Self-report, feedback giver, and outsider ratings of receptivity evidenced little congruence. Implications for understanding receptivity in developmental contexts are discussed.
Organizational Behavior and Theory
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Diego, 7-9 August 1998
City or Country
San Diego, CA, USA
Brutus, Stephane; Ryan, Ann Marie; GREGURAS, G. J.; and Hakel, Milton D..
Receptivity to Assessment-based Feedback for Management Development. (1998). Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Diego, 7-9 August 1998. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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