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Does the thought of giving feedback fill you with dread? If so, you're not alone. After all, when it's not given well, feedback can negatively affect people's development. But it doesn't have to be this way; learn how to give it effectively and make feedback a gift.


For many, the question "can I give you some feedback?" invokes a sense of dread because they can remember the times feedback was given to them in a negative, non-developmental, way. For feedback to be effective, a learning culture needs to be fostered where it is seen as a gift and an opportunity to grow. This learning culture applies to all levels of an organization – including leaders. Participants will practice giving feedback, using simple tools and frameworks, in a safe environment.

Can I Give You Some Feedback?



Develop a good understanding of a simple feedback framework and how to apply it

• Explore theory and best practice, and the different types of situations where feedback can be helpfully given and received • Complete several practical activities to build confidence on using a range of frameworks for feedback • Explore a number of recommendations and actions for participants' own personal development

• Feel confident in giving effective feedback to colleagues in the workplace • Engage with feedback as a gift and receive it well from others


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