Provide Feedback to Gain Momentum - Leading with Impact
Providing effective feedback is one of the critical skills that a leader must consistently demonstrate to engage others towards achieving a common a goal. Feedback provides team members with information about what they are doing well and how to do it even better. It provides the momentum that people need to keep working toward achieving their goals and to contribute to the organization's goals.
While it's important for effective leaders to give feedback, it's also important for a leader to seek out feedback and be open to receiving it when it comes.
In this course, you will learn how to determine the best approach to providing feedback to team members based on their experience with the work. You will learn to receive openly and to provide feedback in a structured way to ensure it has the desired impact. Whether providing or receiving feedback, you will learn to demonstrate the five key leadership characteristics of positivity, authenticity, accountability, curiosity, and trust.
Prework for this course should be completed one week in advance and brought to class.
Leaders at all levels: vice presidents, directors, managers, supervisors, team leaders, and project managers