“The survey says…” When asked if they receive enough consistent and beneficial feedback from their supervisors, 85% of those surveyed say no. When asked if they provide enough consistent and beneficial feedback to their direct reports, 75% say no. Feedback is a gift when it helps individuals understand what they are doing well and where they need to improve. Feedback allows people to focus on specific areas and make progress.
What You’ll Learn
- The difference between affirming and adjusting feedback
- The benefits of receiving feedback
- To use a feedback framework
- An overview of radical candor
- The role of the leader in receiving feedback
- To give back anything masquerading as “feedback”
Who Should Attend
Anyone who wants to elevate professional and personal communication skills in all levels of an organization will benefit from this course.