Give negative feedback skilfully
In theory, we all know how important it is to receive and to give feedback – especially when something needs to be improved. Personal development, upgrading of projects and further development of products mainly work in connection with direct and targeted feedback.
In practice, however, we are reluctant to accept negative feedback. Who likes to be told that not everything is going so well? If negative feedback is not appreciative, it can come across as a slap in the face and lead to insults, loss of motivation and defensive reactions. Moreover, we find it just as uncomfortable to give negative feedback. After all, who would want to impose on others what they do not like to receive themselves? Negative feedback is therefore often avoided because the necessary knowledge and practice are missing. But in reality, feedback can be a real gift – for both sides.
We are asked two questions over and over again: can negative feedback be structured and prepared? Are there any other methods than the feedback sandwich? We answer both questions with yes! We will show you exactly how this works in our workshop on giving (negative) feedback. We talk to you about the spontaneous giving of feedback and the long-term planned feedback. We consider the theoretical background. Using exercises, we will show you how you can prepare your feedback in a well-structured manner and what positive influence this has on psychological security.
Your benefits at a glance
The feedback seeker
Information and background knowledge on feedback
Giving feedback exercises (spontaneous and planned)
Theoretical background to feedback and psychological security
350, – € (net)
4 – 10 people
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