Feedback is a natural and necessary part of moving projects forward, improving on the self, and keeping organizations innovative. If we want to be better than we were yesterday, we must learn to effectively seek out, receive, and give feedback without causing defensiveness or fear. When whole teams do this right, we get cultures of feedback that adapt and improve quickly. That being said, feedback is often a very difficult thing for people to give, and even more difficult to receive. So where do we start. You start with this course.
By the end of this course, you will be able to…
Identify different kinds of feedback.
Identify your own blind spots and how to seek feedback on them.
Explain how the brain can sometimes prevent us from hearing feedback that could actually help us.
Reframe feedback and look at things more optimistically.
Implement strategies to more effectively giving and receiving feedback yourself.
Apply a tried and tested 4-part model for giving feedback more effectively.
Understand how to make feedback more “normal” in your team culture.
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BENEFITS OF TAKING THIS COURSE
Improve general skill and performance.
Increase efficiency and agility of your organization.
Create and organization of people not afraid to innovate.
Build stronger relationships among employees and partners.
Helps individuals avoid the “potential trap” of never quite reaching your potential because you’re unclear on how you come across to others and what you can change to improve.