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Fearless Feedback: Achieving Greater Results in the Face of Challenging Times

Topic:
Fearless Feedback: Achieving Greater Results in the Face of Challenging Times
Date:
February 4, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Wally Hauck, President(Optimum Leadership)
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Description
According to recent studies most organizations are doing poorly on attracting and retaining talent, creating cultures of trust and engagement, and aligning employee goals with organizational goals. According to Blessing and White’s latest Employee Engagement Survey, only 31% of employees are engaged.

One major cause of these poor results is a “feedback disability” in the cultures of our organizations. Most managers are unable or unwilling to frequently deliver quality feedback to employees.

Managers most often avoid giving it and employees most often resist receiving it. Furthermore, there is resistance (both personal and structural) that prevent employees from giving feedback to each other.

This "feedback disability" creates a dysfunction that contributes to the organization's inability to effectively and efficiently achieving its strategic objectives and serving its customers.

Fearless Feedback is a leadership model and set of tools that enable organizations to meet these challenges head-on and excel in the face of challenging times. Fearless Feedback improves the work environment so employees take responsibility for their own development and willingly improve the quality of their interactions. Fearless Feedback results in higher quality communication between individuals and departments. Employees are able to take much greater personal responsibility for their development and their results without depending upon waiting for management to give feedback.

Fearless Feedback ultimately results in superior quality improvement of an organization’s products and services.

In this step-by-step 60-minute presentation, you will learn:
• A leadership model and tools that enable anyone to improve their ability to facilitate the most effective performance discussions
• Why and how our leadership must evolve to address these enormous economic and human resource challenges
• How to start the evolution for yourself and your co-workers
• Two Tools that can begin to create a workplace environment that results in Fearless Feedback
• What you can do now to adopt the Fearless Feedback model for your team

Who Should Participate
HR Professionals and/or any managers or supervisors.
What You Will Learn
In this step-by-step 60-minute presentation, you will learn:
  • A leadership model and tools that enable anyone to improve their ability to facilitate the most effective performance discussions
  • Why and how our leadership must evolve to address these enormous economic and human resource challenges
  • How to start the evolution for yourself and your co-workers
  • Two Tools that can begin to create a workplace environment that results in Fearless Feedback
  • What you can do now to adopt the Fearless Feedback model for your team
  • Recommended Resources
    http://www.wallyhauck.com/page.asp?PageID=11418 Click here

    http://www.wallyhauck.com/page.asp?PageID=10041 Click here

    http://www.wallyhauck.com/page.asp?PageID=11015 Click here

    Communities
    Leadership
    Performance Management
    Culture
    Motivation
    Competencies
    Leadership Models
    Leadership Competencies
    Motivating
    Developing and Coaching Others
    Performance Reviews
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    Wally Hauck
    Optimum Leadership

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