Feedback is crucial for career development, both positive and negative. For new managers and experienced leaders, effective communication during feedback conversations is critical in facilitating a work environment that promotes growth and communication. Behavioral feedback conversations can be difficult for leaders and managers to have with team members, especially when providing negative feedback. Poorly executed behavioral feedback conversations can affect the individual, and may result in a decline in performance and motivation. Leaders and managers must have enough training and practice in these important conversational skills to ensure that they provide constructive feedback that resolves the issues in an empathetic and effective manner.
In this ‘Effective Behavioral Feedback’ learning module, learners take on the role of a senior manager at a fictional IT firm. They are tasked with providing feedback to an employee who made comments in a company-wide meeting that offended his colleagues. The learner must communicate that his behavior was offensive, and help him identify actionable changes to make going forward.
Managing Difficult Conversations
Learners will be able to conduct an engaging behavioral feedback discussion with an employee
Learners will be able to use powerful questions and active listening to resolve an employee’s behavioral issues
Learners will be able to collaborate with the employee to develop next steps for improvement
Learners will be able to use psychologically safe language to promote honest dialogue
Leaders & Managers
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Effective Feedback Immersive Learning Series
‘Effective Behavioral Feedback’ is part of the ‘Effective Feedback’ learning series, which provides an immersive learning experience for leaders and managers to further develop critical communication skills required for feedback conversations. Powered by Talespin’s CoPilot soft skills training platform, learners experience higher levels of engagement, leading to increased knowledge retention, greater confidence in their abilities to be successful in the areas learned, and greater commitment to implement in practice what they learned during the experience.
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