Based on my professional experience in the OD arena, I know programs have to be useful and practical. I could see that there were many "a-ha!" moments in the session which were meaningful to the participants and we've seen an immediate ability to use the tools from the session.Marie Crea, Director of Talent, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield
Fast Non-Formulaic Feedback
Employees are clamouring for ongoing, open feedback from their managers. But sadly, most of them aren’t getting it. Many times, feedback is relegated to a once- or twice-a-year conversation. Sometimes managers dance around the real issues, hoping the employee will get the hint — or worse, avoid the conversation altogether, hoping it will all just go away.
And, when employees do get feedback, it often comes in the form of a formulaic positive sandwich, or it feels too personal and subjective. Too often, there’s no built-in accountability to support any real behaviour change.
What If Ongoing Feedback Just Got a Whole Lot Easier?
The way managers give feedback can impact employee performance and productivity either positively or negatively, depending on how well — or badly — the conversation goes. What if having those tough conversations was just a whole lot less … tough?
The Last Feedback You’ll Ever Need program shows managers and leaders how to have more effective, more objective and more strategic conversations without the stress. Your people learn two simple, flexible and powerful feedback models, to help them turn the theory of feedback into regular practice and accountable actions. And we deliver post-program “drip irrigation” support, to help grow skills so that feedback is frequent and ongoing.
3 Key Components
What’s Going On
To identify and understand the issues.
What to Say
To articulate the needed feedback.
How to Say It
To deliver feedback that engages people.
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Why The Last Feedback Workshop You’ll Ever Need Is Different
Here are key ways The Last Feedback Workshop You’ll Ever Need is distinctive from other workshops out there.
We use science to reduce conversation anxiety.
We know difficult conversations can get the heart pounding. That’s why we dig into the deep drivers of our brain to help generate new approaches to engaging the people around us.
We help people prepare for feedback in five minutes.
We demonstrate an approach that allows both the feedback giver and the feedback receiver to get ready for the conversation, to further reduce feedback anxiety.
We teach a 360-degree approach to giving and receiving feedback.
This provocative method allows the giver and receiver to view the feedback from the other’s point of view, increasing the emotional intelligence of all participants.
If you’re looking for a feedback program that doesn’t involve canned phrases and a positive sandwich,