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Giving Effective Feedback

Boost people’s confidence


Communicating feedback to team members in a way that motivates them to improve can be a difficult challenge. Most people dread feedback and automatically think it will be negative. However, given effectively, feedback can help people grow, which is a key part of the supervisory function. This webinar addresses some practical tools to give effective feedback to your direct reports.

This class is part of the Leadership Coffee Break Series. Be sure to check out other classes in the series: Coffee Break Series

Learning Objectives

  • Describe strategies for dealing with high and low performers

  • Outline feedback approaches that focus on building on strengths

Board Accreditation

MN Board of Social Work

1.0 CEU (CEP-275)

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