GIVING FEEDBACK: WHEN YOU WANT IMPROVEMENT WITHOUT CRUSHING THEIR SPIRIT WEBINAR
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GIVING FEEDBACK: WHEN YOU WANT IMPROVEMENT WITHOUT CRUSHING THEIR SPIRIT
Leaders who develop loyalty, rapport, and respect among those they lead, combining the best of performance management practices and encouraging coaching techniques. Both require you to give feedback and yet the truth is it’s not always welcome, wanted or received in a way that keeps you from being poorly perceived. How DO you give feedback and help them grow or change, without saying things in a way that create a drain or more damage? The Giving Feedback: When You Want Improvement Without Crushing Their Spirit helps you do just that and more. Here you’ll learn how to assess performance, align your expectations, create buy in and foster engagement from those you lead. Part of our Contagious Leadership series on how to become a better leader, this learning event focuses on the steps for coaching, as well as what to say to convey what you really want while giving them what they need to hear to steer clear of hurt feelings and harbored frustration. If you’re a new leader, one who’s been around the block but can’t figure out why some team members think your “feedback” is delivered all wrong, or even a leader who needs engagement to increase, while still speaking your piece, this webinar was designed with you in mind. Giving feedback doesn’t mean you tell them all they’re doing wrong, doesn’t have to take long, and certainly doesn’t have to awkward or conflict filled, but instead can be valued, eagerly received, and give you the results and employee engagement you need.
- Identify key elements that drive employee performance
- Utilize two simple coaching methods for improved performance
- Rely on a proven model of performance management with questions that will increase buy-in
- Drive higher results from employees who are more motivated and engaged AFTER your feedback
- Reduce attrition by developing stronger loyalty, rapport and respect with those you lead.
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