What you will learn:

The only thing worse than getting harsh criticism from your manager is getting none at all. As human beings, we all need constructive feedback on a regular basis in order to correct our mistakes, build on our strengths and remain both motivated and connected with our work and workmates.

This highly engaging and practical Elective will help participants clarify the differences between the 'necessary evil' of annual, formal performance reviews and the many benefits of more regular, informal feedback; get beyond the now-outdated and unhelpful concepts of 'negative and positive feedback'; and learn and practice how to give (and receive) informal feedback - in a safe, supportive environment, with immediate constructive feedback - with subordinates, peers and even bosses to boost the efficiency and effectiveness of both individuals and teams.

About the instructor:

Jeremy Solomons is a global sojourner, who has worked and traveled in 40+ countries and lived in nine of them, including his current base of Kigali, Rwanda. Having grown up in England, studied French at Oxford and worked full-time for six large multinational organizations - including Citibank, Reuters and the World Bank - his mission is to coach and train current and future leaders to help them maximize their human potential by fully knowing who they are, crafting a bold vision for the future and communicating clearly and inclusively with all around them.
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