WHAT IF GIVING AND RECEIVING HONEST FEEDBACK IN YOUR ORGANIZATION WAS EXPECTED, CRAVED, ACTED UPON AND NEVER TAKEN PERSONALLY?
Giving and receiving feedback can be one of the biggest challenges that any organization experiences. Be it formal (mid-year reviews) or informal (debriefing a meeting), the mechanisms, tone, and delivery of the feedback is often more important than the content of the information.
In high-performance organizations, the difference between feedback that propels or demotivates is razor thin; is your culture one that views feedback as a gift or a curse?
Amanda Jaggard, Executive Coach and Partner at Novus Global will lead the workshop as we investigate what giving and receiving honest feedback looks like in the pursuit of Meta Performance™ for you and your team.
We invite you to join us for an executive workshop investigating the feedback dilemma. We’ll share the common frustrations that arise with this concept, like:
- Feedback on performance has turned into ‘Tapdancing’; it mirrors ‘check-the-box’ as opposed to a lever that drives behavioral change
- Feedback mechanisms (methodologies) do not exist in the organization, making the process inherently awkward and clumsy
- Feedback is heard; but not captured, acted upon, and implemented seamlessly
- The desire to be candid with feedback exists, but the fear of how the other party will internalize it holds us back from telling the truth
- We’ve become resistant to critical feedback and cling to ‘our way’ of doing things
YOU WILL WALK AWAY WITH:
- Understanding the innate psychological resistance that most humans have towards feedback and how it manifests into conflict
- A process for giving feedback & making requests genuinely, even if it stings
- A framework for how to receive feedback as a gift, even if it is delivered in a pejorative way
- How to create a culture of Feedback-hungry performers
BEYOND HIGH PERFORMANCE IS MORE THAN HELPING OTHERS BE THE BEST, it is a commitment to continue exploring and expanding what both you and your team are capable of.