FEEDBACK: Fallacies, Fears and Being Forthright

  • Tina Greene, Perim Consulting

As a trainer, manager or even a friend, giving someone feedback can be uncomfortable and even anxiety-producing (i.e. we may worry about hurt feelings – or how we’ll be perceived, or we “know” how they’ll respond). But feedback is CRUCIAL to eliciting company-identified desired behaviors more consistently across organizations. This workshop session will focus on increasing personal confidence and developing skills for ensuring congruity between what you know needs to be said and what you actually do.

  • Date:Tuesday, June 4
  • Time:10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
  • Room:Austin 1-2
  • Location:Austin 1-2
  • Session Type:Skills Development
  • Submitter Name: Greene, Tina
  • Submission Date (CST): 25/02/2019 18:23
  • Session Level: Intermediate
  • Submitter Email: TGREENE@PERIM.COM
  • Session Length: 90 Minute Workshop
  • How are you planning on keeping the learners engaged during this presentation?: Learners will engage in group discussions, as well as explore new skills and strategies that they will have the opportunity to analyze and practice.
  • Learning Objective 1: EXPLORE perceptions/misconceptions held by givers & receivers of feedback DISCUSS the desired outcomes and critical importance of providing feedback
  • Learning Objective 2: UNCOVER and IMPLEMENT skills for creating conditions in which to best deliver feedbackIDENTIFY two approaches for initiating feedback conversations
  • Learning Objective 3: PREVENT adversarial conversations by not competing for who may be “right”
  • What is the topic your workshop will cover and how is it relevant to the industry?: Providing Feedback with confidence & creating the best conditions for the other to receive that feedback is crucial to anyone in a training role.
Tina Greene
Perim Consulting