Learning Lab #35
"Criticising your employees when they screw up is not just your job, it's actually your moral obligation." (Kim Scott)
How did the title of this session, and the quote from bestselling author, Kim Scott strike you?
We found this striking theme in the work of Owen Eastwood, and it got us thinking: how do we deliver on our responsibility to feedback without de-energising?
In this session we will facilitate a forensic investigation into the pathology and pitfalls of giving feedback.
When have you felt de-energised by feedback? When have you been the de-energiser? In what ways has your feedback missed the mark?
We’ve all been there in our various roles – at home, as colleagues, as leaders or as coaches. Now let’s dissect the process, appraise our own feedback habits and take time to develop an effective personal approach to this crucial skill.
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