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21 online lessons
5 practice exercises
1.5 hours of learning
Understand the key principles of giving feedback
Effectively prepare for feedback conversations
Successfully deliver your feedback message both in-person and online
Recognize different types of feedback and how to tailor your approach to each one
Navigate difficult situations and how to respond for the best possible outcome
Know the importance of following up on feedback
The cornerstone of professional development is being able to deliver and receive feedback. We all need to know how well we are performing - whether that’s positive traits and behaviors, areas we could improve, or even learning about the support available to us.
By the end of this course, you will know the key techniques for delivering professional-level feedback to enhance performance and encourage continuous improvement within your team.
We will discuss the essential principles of feedback and then take a chronological journey from preparing for a feedback conversation to delivering your message, and finally following up afterward.
Along the way, we will consider your approach to the various situations you may encounter, including role-play exercises with angry, emotional, and apathetic colleagues.
This course combines e-learning with interactive practice for a unique learning approach that brings lasting behavioral change. At certain points in the course, you'll be prompted to practice what you've learned.
Complete a series of self-paced, online classes led by your expert instructor, including videos, quizzes, and case studies. Access these anywhere, anytime.
Practice giving feedback to colleagues and get feedback on your response, deepening your understanding of how to give feedback.
Jerry is widely known as an international authority on crisis management and leadership. During his time in the military for the Royal Air Force, as well as with public and private companies, he has managed teams of all sizes, seniority, and skill level.
Reflecting on some of the management challenges, Jerry commented, "teams perform at their best when the individuals on that team have a clear understanding of their own capability to contribute. It is a fundamental responsibility of management to ensure everyone is congratulated for achievements but also given the advice and support to correct any weaknesses and continuously improve. Feedback is an essential management skill."
Practice delivering feedback to colleagues and get feedback on your chosen response which affects the outcome of the scene. Additional exercises to get you considering different perspectives, and reviewing a variety of feedback examples.
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