Feedback is all around us at work and at home. Giving and receiving feedback is essential skill to build trust, effectively communicate, engage with colleagues and achieve results. When feedback can happen throughout each day, it's even more helpful than waiting for that annual performance review.
This interactive workshop will help you get comfortable with the discomfort of giving and receiving feedback. Participants will explore feedback triggers and identify self-management strategies and preventative approaches.
Using common and fun scenarios and in a light and fun environment, you'll have the chance to practice giving and receiving feedback by using a model to guide you through the experience. Special emphasis will be placed on creating a safe environment where participants can be open and learn from each other.
Participants will be able to:
- Describe the benefits of appreciative and constructive feedback
- Describe the physical, emotional and thought response that may be triggered by feedback
- Apply a feedback model and
- Practice giving and receiving feedback
Key Topics will include:
- Emotional Intelligence
- Self-management and the Amygdala Hijack
- Feedback Model
- Making Requests and Offers
- Powerful Questions
Where and When?
National Parks Conservation Association
777 6th St NW #700
Washington, D.C. 20001
Tuesday, February 20th - Doors open at 6 p.m. and event starts at 6:30 p.m.