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Feedback Skills For Leaders

People crave feedback. Leaders who learn how to provide effective feedback create opportunities for employees to grow, become motivated, and make positive contributions to their organizations. FEEDBACK SKILLS FOR LEADERS... Show More
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Part 1: Understanding Obstacles to Receiving Criticism 

  • What Is Critical Feedback? 
  • The Impact of Gender on Feedback 
  • Gender Communication and Leadership Effectiveness 
  • Generational Differences in Feedback 
  • Influence of Parental Messages 
  • Critical Feedback Messages to Watch Out For 
  • Counteracting Self-Criticism and Past Messages 
  • Changing Your Beliefs About Critical Feedback 

 

Part 2: Responding to Critical Feedback 

  • How We Perceive Critical Feedback 
  • Types of Critical Feedback 
  • Three Stages of Response 
  • Assertive Techniques to Deal with Criticism 
  • Technique 1: Fogging 
  • Technique 2: Admitting the Truth 
  • Technique 3: Requesting Specific Feedback 
  • Ten Tips for Handling Feedback 

 

Part 3: Giving Constructive Feedback 

  • Barriers to Giving Constructive Feedback 
  • Overcoming Obstacles 
  • Benefits of Voicing Feedback Regularly 
  • Understanding Constructive Feedback 
  • Step 1: Set Realistic Goals and Expectations 
  • Step 2: Research the Facts 
  • Step 3: Choose Your Timing 
  • Step 4: Be Specific—Using the DASR Script 
  • Providing Feedback with “I” Statements 
  • Step 5: Monitor and Follow Through 
  • The Impact of Technology on Feedback 
  • Critiquing Your Manager or Colleague 
  • Using the DASS Script 
  • Providing Unsolicited Feedback 
  • Turning Complaints into Proposals 

 

Part 4: Giving Positive Feedback 

  • The Powerful Impact of Praise 
  • Rethinking Barriers to Praising Others 
  • Guidelines for Giving Positive Feedback 
  • Public vs. Private Praise 
  • Praising Upward 

 

Part 5: Handling Recurring Problems 

  • Five Steps in Discussing Recurring Problems 
  • The Importance of Follow-Up 
CTU Training Solutions , Updated: December 4th, 2020

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