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Why are some managers so much better at giving performance feedback than others? How do the most effective leaders get employees to truly hear their message, act on it, and improve performance?

It seems like a no-brainer. Research on employee feedback tells us that nearly 70% of employees report they work harder, and are three times more engaged, when they receive performance feedback the right way. Unfortunately, too many managers just aren’t good at getting it done. Why?

Neuroscience helps us understand the obstacles – and provides insights into how to have far more effective coaching conversations. If you’re interested in learning about the psychology of feedback and why employees internalize some feedback messages but reject others, please join us for our free upcoming webinar, Coaching Conversations That Work (& Don’t Work): What Research Says About Effective Employee Feedback. We’ll discuss four research studies that reveal critical aspects of how to use feedback to energize and develop your people.

 

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • A critical first step in the feedback process that far too many managers overlook
  • What’s going on in a person’s brain during a feedback session – and how to use this insight to improve future performance
  • A method for framing corrective feedback that addresses non-productive behaviors without triggering a defensive response
  • How a simple research-based exercise can defuse resistance to change and deliver feedback that brings about positive change
Speaker

Steve Meyer

Managing Director

Steve Meyer is Managing Director of Rapid Learning, a BTS company. Prior to Rapid Learning, Meyer was the Director of Publishing at The Hay Group, a leading HR, benefits and compensation consulting firm. At Rapid Learning he developed the model for 5- to 7-minute “Quick Take” rapid learning modules. Meyer received his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Rapid Learning, a BTS Company

BTS Group AB (BTS) is a global strategy implementation consulting firm founded in 1986. The company provides strategy alignment and execution consulting services and designs customized business simulations, digital technology, and assessments to develop business acumen, leadership, and sales capabilities. It acquired the Rapid Learning Institute, a leading provider of research-based micro-training, in January 2020.