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Overcoming the Fear of Feedback: Giving and Receiving
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Overcoming the Fear of Feedback: Giving and Receiving

A PCI Webinar

6/26/2014
When: 6/26/2014
2:00 PM
Where: Online
Contact: Chantal
513-751-4422 x10


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Giving feedback to others can improve their performance and help the team, department and organization to be more productive. Receiving feedback can help you to improve in areas of your work that will make your job and career more enjoyable.

Unfortunately, most of us have received less than helpful feedback (actually, sometimes quite hurtful) from someone who didn’t know what they were doing and it may make us a bit feedback shy.

This interactive and fun webinar will focus on:

-The “What” and “How” of giving and receiving feedback – Most times the focus is only on “What"
-Four practical steps to giving feedback with intention.
-Asking for the type of feedback you want – Instead of settling for what you normally get
-A few different techniques for giving “situational feedback”

Andrew Sanderbeck ~ Biography

Andrew Sanderbeck is a visionary, dreamer, creator, doer and finisher. He loves to learn and spends an inordinate amount of time in the unknown. He is the founder of three businesses including the People~Connect Institute; Clearly Fun Games, home of the 26Poker App and PCI Webinars. His newest creation is Angry Customers Suck! You can learn more about his popular Angry Customers Suck! programs and his upcoming book at www.angrycustomerssuck.com

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