Giving & Receiving Feedback

An interactive experience for individuals to develop skills to learn and practice constructive (and sometimes difficult) conversations with their team and colleagues.

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Giving & Receiving Feedback

Course Overview

We engage in giving & receiving feedback all the time, from a server asking how you enjoyed your meal to the impact of a home purchase on your credit score. Feedback gives us the necessary information to calibrate the behaviors and decisions we make every day. But when it comes from a person, it can feel, well… personal.

In this workshop, participants will internalize the responses to receiving productive (and not so productive) feedback. They'll learn best practices for both giving and requesting feedback as a continuous activity vs. a spontaneous unpleasantry and gain a toolbox of effective feedback styles with which to experiment.

Course Takeaways

Gain an understanding of the human need and response to feedback

Learn an introductory practice of setting up and hosting difficult conversations

Practice frameworks for giving feedback up, down, & across your work relationships that include transparency, trust, and respect

Learn methods for providing feedback in ways that lead to personal and professional growth

Understand what a "feedback culture" culture looks and feels like, and how you can foster that culture within your team

Knowing how people need but also fear feedback is a very valuable insight. I plan on being sure to keep that in mind as we move into annual reviews and maintaining regular investment in knowing the full team well through throughout the year.

Our Methodology

Learn through Experience

Experiences are what change how we see ourselves and the world. People who thrive are curious, focused, have a bias towards action, and pursue ongoing learning.

Ei's methodology is rooted in the belief that the deepest learning occurs through experience. Each workshop addresses specific personal or organizational challenges and then cycles through the pillars of experiential learning.

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