This webinar explores the value of feedback, examines factors that present barriers or stimuli, and shares frameworks and tools to make feedback conversations effective and fun. Although it is important for managers to have appropriate tools for giving and receiving feedback, it is all the more important for project leaders, mentors, and anyone in an organization who wants to inspire development and growth to be comfortable and skilled at giving and receiving feedback. After all, performing and learning without feedback is “blind archery.” Read more about feedback in these blogposts or contact Annette for a complimentary 30 minute coaching session on giving feedback.
Annette B. Czernik, PCC
Annette B. Czernik is an executive coach and founder of Inspired Executives. She has held a variety of roles in the financial services industry, including positions in asset and wealth management and human resources. Check out her profile page for further details.
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