Providing good feedback does not occur naturally or by default. To provide effective feedback, leaders must learn, develop, and cultivate fundamental skills. Organizations that do not address these fundamental skills risk creating an environment where people fail to observe, reflect and self-correct their behavior.
In this webinar, Blanchard senior consulting partner Phil Reynolds will explore the key skills of delivering feedback. You’ll discover:
- The importance of effective feedback as a tool for developing others
- Knowing when and how to give the four different types of feedback
- The differences between feedback that provides choice and feedback that judges
- How to provide feedback that enables others to take responsibility for their own development and encourages behaviors that improve performance
Poor feedback skills negatively impact performance in your organization. Effective feedback guides and inspires improved performance and better relationships.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to deliver feedback in a way that improves performance, promotes trust and confidence, and increases productivity throughout your organization.