Feedback - The Lost Art of Leadership
What you'll learn
- Uncover why Feedback is the Lost Art of Leadership
- Debunk the myths and controversy surrounding Feedback
- Learn to give and receive Feedback effectively
- Understand how to apply Feedback to develop as a Leader
- No requirements or prerequisites required
We are all always giving and receiving feedback. Any form of communication where there is a back-and-forth dialogue is feedback in one sense or another. But at work, when it pertains to the work we do or the value we provide, feedback seems to be the last thing people want and the worst part of a leader’s job. Yet, if feedback is done right, it can shift the dynamics of your team, extend the life of your career, or showcase the potential hidden inside of you. In this course, we'll dive deep into why feedback is the lost art of leadership. Then we’ll debunk the myths and controversy around feedback. After that, we’ll teach you how to give and receive feedback effectively. Next, and maybe most importantly, we’ll teach you how to apply that feedback so it develops you as a leader.
In this course, you will learn:
Recognize feedback as an essential part of communication
Unlock the master keys to becoming a successful leader
Address assumptions about feedback
Encounter hard research disproving controversial thoughts on feedback
Gain confidence as a leader in a feedback session
Define effective feedback
Connect to how feedback is a relationship-building event
Understand the need to access your potential value
Learn new ways to collaborate with leaders and peers
Discover how to go further faster
Who this course is for:
- This course is for anyone in a leadership position, or a person that desires to lead others in the future.
I'm a retired military veteran with over 20 years of leadership experience. I'm a certified coach in life, wellness, transition, and leadership. I have trained, led, and coached over 15,000 people from all walks of life. From military generals and C-Suite Executives to college students and entry-level team members in more than 20 different countries.