Providing and seeking feedback are often some of the most “difficult conversations” in the workplace. This is because we often lack techniques that will enable us to do it in a constructive and helpful way – so we simply avoid or delay doing it when we should.
This workshop will provide practical tips and techniques so that participants can transform any performance discussion – ranging from weekly check-ins to annual reviews – into opportunities for growth and development. Attendees of this program will gain insight into best practices for giving and receiving effective feedback, as well as the know-how and confidence to do it in a way that can improve performance, increase motivation, and strengthen engagement and commitment at work.
Content of Workshop
This 2.5 hour workshop is conducted on-line in an interactive professional Zoom format which includes small group discussions, analysis of best practices, self-reflection, and opportunities to practice techniques. Participants will gain practical tools, guidelines and perspective that can be implemented in the workplace in their current roles. Q&A opportunities are provided throughout the 2.5-hour session.
"Lots of evidence based statements and case study and discussion"
"Examples were very relevant to day to day issues that I deal with."
"I will try to provide more frequent positive feedback."
"Excellent mix of slides, stories and interactive discussion. I certainly will be using the active listening approach and using more evidence/data in my feedback."
"The breakout sessions really help with retention of the material."
"I appreciated the informal practice session at the end."
"I like the IDEAL framework and will use in my work."
"The format was actually very fun and interactive."