You can have confident and effective difficult conversations.
Workshops to help you provide clear and kind feedback.
Supporting your colleague.
Build connection so they hear what you have to say.
Learn how to “Care then Dare."
Do you struggle providing feedback?
- Not sure how.
- Prioritise being liked.
- It feels really uncomfortable.
- Give little positive feedback.
- Dress up feedback so no one knows what you are talking about.
- Believe it isn’t my place to give feedback to colleagues.
- Get scared about emotional outbursts.
- Don’t want to demotivate the team – they are really busy right now.
- Lack of time
- My direct report use to be my peer. It feels awkward giving them feedback.
- This is a “nice" organisation and direct feedback conversations are not the norm.
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What could it be like?
Colleagues relish new challenges. They feel safe and know they will receive the support and challenge they need.
Reduce water cooler gossip as problems are discussed directly with the person they concern rather than everyone else.
All colleagues have a choice about how much effort they give you. You will learn how to get 100% of their effort.
Managers support development
Clear and Useful
Colleagues stop ducking feedback converstations and provide guidance that is clear and useful.
“Care Then Dare" Feedback Workshop.
What will you learn?
Session 1 – Leaders I have known
What have great leaders in my life done to get the best from me? This is followed by an opportunity to reflect on how you would like to be described by your team at their family dinner table every evening.
Session 2 – Know yourself to lead yourself
The most important quality is giving great feedback is remaining calm and resourceful. Using a simple brain model, learn what triggers you, and stops you providing high quality feedback to others.
Session 3 – Care then Dare tool
Learn about the two dimensions of the “Care then Dare” model. Consider when you use it well at the moment and how you can transfer those behaviours into more challenging situations.
Session 4 – Leaders must care
The three behaviours that show that you care and drive trust and engagement. Recorded practice sessions with feedback.
Session 5 – Leaders must dare
Your colleagues will allow you to challenge them and receive feedback if they trust you. The 3 steps to creating a culture of feedback which drives results. Practice sessions with recorded feedback.
Session 6 – Creating a culture of feedback
A step by step approach to embedding feedback within your culture.
Session 7 – Implementing this back in the workplace
What is the smallest thing you can do that will make the biggest change? Understanding the process to creating new habits and looking at how your manager can help you implement the new behaviours in the workplace.