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The 60-Minute Active Training Series: How to Encourage Constructive Feedback from Others, Participant's Workbook

The 60-Minute Active Training Series: How to Encourage Constructive Feedback from Others, Participant's Workbook

Melvin L. Silberman, Freda Hansburg

ISBN: 978-0-787-97352-0

Dec 2004

24 pages

Select type: Paperback

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$16.50

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Constructive feedback is an essential part of learning, growth, and performance. Too often, though, feedback is withheld. How to Encourage Constructive Feedback from Others, Participant’s Workbook from the popular 60-Minute Active Training Series offers you a ready-made design for an effective, yet brief program that will teach you how to obtain feedback useful from others. Specifically, you will be introduced to and learn how to apply, the four fundamental strategies that open up people at work to exchange honest and constructive feedback
  • Invite others to give feedback that’s really wanted
  • Develop an on-going commitment to feedback
  • Take into account the needs of the person on the giving end
  • Keep the focus on the future, not the past

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About This Brief Training Session.

How Many Squares?

Self-Assessment.

Animal Feedback.

Why People Withhold Feedback.

Ways to Encourage Feedback from Others.

Requesting Feedback.

Try It: Experiments in Change.

Reading.