Remember that time when you tried to give constructive criticism and guidance to your colleague and it backfired?
Or how about that time when your boss gave you terrible feedback that triggered an unintentional reaction that nearly cost you your job (or it did)?
How about that time you initiated a hard but important conversation with your partner and it turned into a full-on argument that may or may not have included flying cups?
Giving and getting feedback well is tough but it’s important The great news is the skill to navigate feedback well is trainable.
In this workshop, cultivate your ability to give and get feedback well. You will explore the science of feedback and how it triggers emotional responses, stress, and anxiety. Learn practical mindfulness-based exercises to navigate and handle difficult conversations in your workplace or in your relationships.
- The science and psychology of why giving and receiving feedback is challenging and stressful but essential to personal and team growth
- To give, get and encourage guidance, appreciation and criticism
- How to deliver difficult feedback well that challenges the other person but also comes from a place of caring and empathy
- The three common feedback triggers and how to skillfully choose a response over an impulsive reaction
- An art of defusing the grasping and aversion to emotions when you’re triggered in conversations
- Practical applications of mindfulness tools to build your skills with navigating feedback and facilitating mindful conversations
- To create a culture of feedback at work, in your team, or in your relationships