Constructive Criticism Can be Difficult to Dish Out
Do you sometimes find it easier to just keep your opinion to yourself and do the work? Even when you see something that could clearly be done better or in a more efficient manner. Don’t let your fear of confrontation stop you from doing your best work and allowing others to improve on themselves.
We Can Help You Break the Barriers of Communication
Giving co-workers feedback, be it from your peers or superiors, can be an intimidating task. Here at MadeYou, we break down these tough conversations into concepts and ideas which you can put into practice.
We’ll explain the best ways of communicating, so you come off as constructive rather than judgemental, allowing the conversation to be productive for all parties involved.
What to expect
In this course, we’ll give you the tools and techniques to easily and professionally provide feedback to your peers and those in a more senior positions. We’ll use real-life scenarios to help you understand how to navigate a difficult conversation and manage emotions.
You’ll also learn:
- How to give feedback to different personality types.
- To use a ‘business voice’ to avoid giving personal feedback.
- To recognise what holds you back emotionally from giving feedback and move past it.
- How to make feedback sessions about future development without revisiting past issues.
- The benefits of having a feedback culture.
- How to adapt your language to achieve better outcomes.
- That feedback needs to be clear, business-focused, direct and given with kindness.
- How retrospectives which are focused on objectives, people or roles can drive change.
Push Your Business Forward
Let’s start with a FREE consultation to understand your needs.
We’ll take your skills to the next level with our interactive training course.
Gain the ability to give constructive feedback which drives growth.
Don't be trapped by ineffective communication
Without the ability to give constructive feedback on the work of our peers, we are creating a level of indifference that can lead to the same mistakes and inefficiencies being repeated in the future.
If mistakes aren’t corrected, you’re stopping your own career growth and hurting the company’s objectives along the way.
Give Feedback That Promotes Positive Change In The Workplace
You gain an incredible skill set by implementing a few communication techniques into your repertoire. Being able to handle difficult conversations with the intention of creating a better, more efficient workplace, you are priming yourself to take on bigger responsibilities in the future.
If you can positively influence others around you, you will quickly become a valuable asset to your business.
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We’re not going to stop you if you feel comfortable taking your own notes. However, we always send a recap sheet to our delegates, detailing points from the training.
Yes, there are always two breaks in each session to allow you to reset your brain or quickly check that all is okay back at the office.