According to statistics gathered by Officevibe:

4 out of 10 workers are actively disengaged when they get little or no feedback!

82% of employees appreciate positive and negative feedback

43% of highly engaged employees receive feedback at least once a week

 

A productive, competitive and thriving business encourages a culture of feedback throughout the entire business, not just the annual or biannual review process.

With the right skills and structure, leaders will have the confidence to have in-the-moment effective conversations that ensure people feel safe and comfortable to share, ask, hear performance feedback, and make results-oriented plans for changes and improvements.

 

In the lead up to the half-day Successful Feedback workshop being delivered in Brisbane on Wednesday 6th February 2019, the Feedback webcast will give you:

 insight into the value and ROI of ineffective, nil and effective types of feedback. 

insight into why your organisation needs a deeper commitment to having a feedback culture.

tips on how to start creating a more positive culture for effective feedback.

  an overview of the Successful Feedback workshop.

 tips and strategies you can implement immediately to help make feedback easier.

 

In addition to the webinar you will also receive:

Weekly Flow Notes: every Tuesday receive an extra boost of productivity. (You can opt out at any time.)

   A copy chapter one of Successful Feedback: How Leaders can Increase Performance, Motivate and Engage Their Team

A free Management Success Skills eBook: this is a self-paced self-coaching workbook designed to help you improve your people skills so you can be a more productive leader.

 

Wednesday 16th January 2019

12:30pm AEST

Click here to register

 

Feedback, done well, ensures the 3 A’s are activated and are driven by responsibility, changeability and accountability.

 

 

Register for the Feedback Webcast:

Click here

Wednesday 16th January 2019

12:30pm AEST (Brisbane)

10:30am WA (Perth)

1:00pm ACDT (Adelaide)

1:30pm AEDT (Sydney & Melbourne)

 

Workshop Information – click here

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