Learn how to give critical constructive feedback in a way that is appreciated, respected and brings about behavioral change.
What you will learn:
- How to give feedback that is appreciated
- To recognize when you must get out of your comfort zone to be successful
- What inhibits us from giving constructive feedback
- The need to use all eight functions
1:00-3:00 pm ET
Session will be recorded
In this workshop we will show you why it is important to give feedback in a non-threatening way, how and when it should be given, how it should be received, what stops us from giving it, and what our motives should be when we give it.
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Robert McAlpine, M.A. (ISTJ) Read Bio
"Personality type knowledge, interpretation skills and certification have all positively impacted my life, both personally and professionally. The ability to understand my own unique qualities, as well as others' special gifts, has made me a more confident and productive member of all groups in my life. It has helped me to better appreciate myself and respect others. I now work to share that life-changing knowledge with my family, friends, co-workers, and students!"Julie Miller
attended Beebe Conference