Providing feedback is a proven vehicle for better performance management, employee engagement, and employee commitment, all of which have a direct impact on organizational results. When delivered with skill, feedback is a powerful tool for organizations and employees.
Organizational leaders recognize the value of providing elevating feedback. Research shows that employees want to receive feedback. So, why is it the most avoided managerial behavior? Simply put, leaders lack the courage and skills to provide effective feedback to their colleagues.
Elevating Feedback is a half-day workshop that gives employees at all levels of the organization the skills to improve the feedback experience. Prior to the workshop, participants will take the Feedback Preferences Survey, designed to capture their propensity within several feedback dimensions.
Leaders who know how to give effective feedback elevate their colleague’s performance and engagement—and their own.
Effective feedback conversations improve the performance and engagement of others. The FUEL model makes this simple by using a proven conversation framework.
This assessment measures your behavioral tendencies on several dimensions for giving and receiving feedback.
Learn the best practices for providing meaningful reinforcing and redirecting feedback.
Learn more about Elevating Feedback™
Infographic: Elevating Feedback™
Feedback: The Powerful Paradox
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by Dr. Jack Zenger and Dr. Joe Folkman