Giving Feedback That Fuels Success
HOLD THE DATE! Webinar (free) on January 27th at 12:30pm -1:30pm ET..."Feedback That Fuels Success." Read on...
Happy New Year! I hope yours' is off to a great start. I know mine is and it's busy! This issue of TGIM Work-Life is a quick reach-out to share a few updates that may be of interest to you. Most notably, an invitation to a free one-hour Webinar
, hosted by CICA, that I am presenting. It's on a topic that seems to be a hot issue these days: How to Give Feedback that Fuels Success.
I thought this topic would be relevant because last fall, I found myself being invited to write, speak and coach around this issue quite frequently. A couple opportunities of note: I helped design and co-facilitated a Performance Development workshop for leaders at an Ontario-based college. Feedback and coaching skills were integral to that program. As well, in September, Canadian HR Reporter
, invited me to write an article on the topic which we aptly named: "Giving Feedback that Fuels Success
". You can read the article here.
Or you can also check it out at my blog post
where I've posted other articles related to this topic.
Giving meaningful feedback is an essential part of a manager/leader's role -- but it doesn't come naturally for many people. But with the right skills, know-how and attitude, feedback conversations can be turned into opportunities to develop people, improve performance and even build more trusting relationships
If you are interested in this, then please register for the Webinar scheduled for January 27th
. The CICA has generously made it free and open to anyone interested (upon registration). Once you register
(takes only a few seconds), you can either attend 'live' on the date or listen to the recording later on. If you know anyone who might be interested in the Webinar and/or this newsletter, please hit the 'forward email
" link at the bottom of this newsletter.
Stay tuned for next month's newsletter: Are You an Emotionally Intelligent Leader? In February, I am scheduled to speak at two major conferences on leadership and Emotional Intelligence. I'm very excited about these opportuntities and look forward to sharing more in a few weeks.
In the meantime, here's to you and your TGIM (thank goodness it's Monday!) Work + Life!
Eileen Chadnick, PCC, ACPC, ABC