Getting feedback

According to a recent Gallup survey, only 15% of millennials reported that they routinely asked for feedback, yet they also acknowledged the value in regular feedback. This workshop helps participants ask for feedback in a way that makes it easier for the giver to provide more insightful feedback that is also unpackable.

Impact

On your business

  • Company growth – feedback is integral to allow individuals to grow and develop professionally, and thus leading to growth throughout the organisation. 
  • More diverse and creative outcomes – feedback facilitates the development of new ideas and concepts and promotes the development of new and improved outcomes for the company.  

As a result of this workshop participants will

  • Understand where they can go to seek out and receive useful feedback. 
  • Recognise how to help others to give specific and constructive feedback. 
  • Be confident in receiving all feedback. 
  • Feel equipped to appropriately challenge feedback they disagree with. 
  • Create a strategy for obtaining feedback in their own context. 

Learning activities

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Workshop

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Discussion

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Online resources

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Action plan

Want to know more?

Getting feedback is essential for helping us to develop and grow, but sometimes it can be hard to seek out, and hard to take. Asking the question “can I give you some feedback” doesn’t always elicit a decent response- sometimes honest feedback can be hard to hear.  In order to obtain detailed, actionable feedback it is important to make it easy for a manager or peer to give it to you. Throughout the workshop, teams will explore how to ask for and receive feedback in a way that makes providing a useful and specific response much easier! 

The workshop focuses on the whole process of getting feedback in a before, during and after approach. Participants will explore the range of sources that they could ask for feedback, and how best to approach them to maximise their chances of getting useful information. In turn, they will also discover how they can aid the provider to give better quality feedback. By exploring the unhelpful ways that they may react to feedback, participants can identify their individual obstacles to an honest response. Finally, the workshop will focus on unpacking the feedback received and how best to utilise it to maximise performance. 

Who will benefit?

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Graduates

who are looking for useful ways to ask for feedback from their peers.

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Team members

who are looking for better ways to respond to and action feedback from others. 

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New joiners

who are adapting to their new role and looking to access feedback to facilitate this. 

Want to learn more?

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