Giving and Receiving Feedback for Management and Leadership
How to Give Powerful and Effective Feedback – A Critical Human Resource Development Skill Required of All Managers
12 reviews for Giving and Receiving Feedback for Management and Leadership
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Rachel Clark –
Very thoughtful in the presentation. Not rushing and pushing thru the material. I appreciate the fact that I came away thinking and applying this information to my work and home life.
Andrew Takats –
yes I’m evaluating this for my team. one nit is the intro music for each of the very small lectures gets annoying 🙂 probably because each actual lecture is so short.
Alberto Castro –
Excellent, very short and yet concise. I like he used spouse for examples because in that way I could think on much common situations that let me think about it and how I could apply knowledge to both normal life and work situations.
Nurcan Akkurt –
Yes, this course was a topic that I needed and cared about. I’m glad it was short and understandable. Just giving more examples could have been more helpful in terms of business life.. Still a successful study. Thank you very much for your hard effort!It is valuerable…
Andreas Werner –
introduction video had a severe lip-sync issue which was so annoying that I’m more concentrate on the lip-sync of the other videos than on the content
Bina Mistry –
the examples really spoke to me both from the perspective of giving and receiving feedback. Lots to think about, process and practice. Thank you so much!
Lani V. Salas –
The lecturer provided some practical learning on how to apply the principles of giving and receiving feedback
Ranjith Mandal –
Yes this session was good match for me and will be in a position to given better feedback to my peers . Thanks
Altus Koorts –
Easy to follow and to the point. Can implement this right away in business.
Mary Kim U. Homeres –
Clear discussion. I believe that feedback is important. It can break you or make you a good leader. Straight and honest feedback can help improve your skills and develop abilities that are beneficial to the organization.
Tracey Norvelle –
It was good practical information and liked his delivery style. He was often amused by his own presentation and was totally engaged in what he was saying.
JAMES OSTAD –
The first phase of being a manager is knowing yourself, before managing. That phase was not explained or discussed.