12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
- Using a four-step model to guide your feedback
- Giving motivational feedback, not sugar-coated
- Sharing feedback that is clear and actionable
When feedback is done well, it changes the culture of an organization. Trust, respect, and growth create more joyful and productive teams. So why are we so anxious to offer feedback? Probably because when it’s not done well, it can feel like criticism. Leaders who want to unlock the true value of effective feedback conversations use the right tools to help them build their own capabilities. When it comes to creating a better company culture, a stronger sense of purpose, and personal and professional improvement for your teams, feedback plays a crucial role. Join Joel Silverstone as he shows us that as a leader or to a colleague, you can create more trust, collaboration, and drive with effective feedback that is focused on growth and not criticism.