Feedback is a critical step in creating and nurturing high performance individuals and teams. It enables people to learn from their mistakes, leverage their strengths and alleviate their weak areas. Ed Batista, executive coach and regular writer for Harvard Business Review, states the importance of feedback being part of everyday practice rather than something that only happens as part of a formal review. If people feel comfortable giving and receiving feedback on a daily basis, it becomes normal, rather than something to be feared when the next round of reviews come up.
This impactful and practical one-day training intervention will assist delegates in understanding what effective feedback is and how to give feedback that leads to positive change within individuals and teams. It will examine feedback as a learning tool so that delegates are able to give both negative and positive feedback in a productive, positive manner, intent on building individuals and teams and focus them on achieving their goals.
The course will address frequently asked questions such as:
Course Duration: 1 Day
Presented : In-house and online
In-Person: Delegates will receive comprehensive, printed training manuals, attendance register, feedback forms, notepad and pen and framed certificates of attendance.
Online: Delegates will receive comprehensive training manuals, attendance register, feedback forms and certificates of attendance.