Delivering Better Feedback
Delivering Better Feedback
Sunway Clio Hotel, Bandar Sunway
October 8, 2019
We have been told time and time again that feedback is a key driver for individual performance and growth. But in the personal experience of many managers, our attempts at delivering critical feedback often go wrong, eliciting defensiveness and disengagement instead of learning and improvement. Insights from the neuroscience of behaviour change help us to understand why this is the case, and also provide clear recommendations of how to maximise the chance of both giving and receiving critical feedback successfully to create motivation and maximise performance.
Register for the program by completing the registration form and submit to:
Charles River Centre Sdn Bhd
No. 5, Jalan Universiti
Bandar Sunway, 47500 Selangor Darul Ehsan
HRDF: SBL Claimable - subject to PSMB terms and conditions
- To understand why the delivery of feedback can go wrong and what to do about it
- To learn how to frame feedback to create social rewards
- To introduce a simple tool for the delivery of both confirming and corrective feedback
- To improve your ability to manage your own reactions when receiving critical feedback
The workshop will be practical and experiential in its nature, including activities, simulations, role-plays, application discussions, case studies and/or video inputs. The workshop will include a series of action planning sessions of how each participant can apply the recommendations and tools to their own workplace situations.
This program will benefit:
- Leaders who want to bring ongoing improvement and better performance across their teams
- Leaders who want to master the people skills to successfully manage a team
- Leaders who want a framework on how to deliver better feedback
- Leaders desirous of learning how to better manage their own reactions in receiving critical feedback
Setting the stage
- Agenda & objectives
- Your goals
Delivering difficult messages: The neuroscience of feedback
- Your experiences
- Brain basics: Red vs. Green brain
- Understanding the anatomy of an amygdala hijack
Why feedback goes wrong: The SCARF model
- Uncovering the drivers of defensive reactions: SCARF threats
- Practical application – Neutralising SCARF threats
Learning the FECA framework
- The importance of the frame
- Elements of effective feedback
- Practical application – FECA role plays
Receiving feedback: Managing your own reactions
- What is your usual reaction?
- Reframing stress: Stress mindset
- Controlling yourself with Mindshifting
Review & Reflection
- Creating new habits - Action planning
Review & Reflection
Dr Anne Lytle
Lytle & Associates Pty Ltd
Anne received her BSc in Neurobiology and Behaviour from Cornell University and her MSc and PhD in Negotiation and Conflict Management from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. Over the past 25 years, Professor Lytle has taught, presented, and consulted in organisations and universities across the globe. Her research and teaching focuses on culture in negotiation, conflict resolution and organisational decision-making.
She has delivered some of the highest rated programs at business schools including the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, AGSM, the Melbourne Business School and now as Professor of Leadership at the Monash Business School at Monash University.
Anne is the Managing Director of Lytle and Associates Pty Ltd, working with public, private and non-profit organisations across negotiation, conflict management, emotional intelligence, leadership and managing people for high performance. A sample from her diverse list of clients includes Air New Zealand, ANZ Bank, APM Terminals, AFP, BHP Billiton, Boeing Corporation, BT Financial Group, Care Australia, City of Wagga Wagga, David Jones, DSTO, EBay Inc., Fenton Stephens, Goodyear Dunlop, KPMG, Metcash, Network 10, Pfizer, Qantas, RANZCO and Telstra.
Anne has published in top academic journals, is an active member of the Academy of Management and is a board member and Past-President of the International Association for Conflict Management.
As in all of Professor Lytle’s training and development initiatives, she strives to deliver value to her clients beyond the fun and informative workshop, with the objective of creating visible behavioural change for each participant. There is no question that sustainable behavioural change in any competency area is not easy, requiring practice and repetition to reprogram the neuronal pathways in the brain. In all of her workshops, Anne attacks this problem head-on, encouraging participants to engage in the practice of “doing something differently” through the creation of concrete, specific and realistic action plans. In addition, she works with clients to diagnose the structures, systems and environment surrounding participants that will support or inhibit the desired changes. Follow up is critical and Professor Lytle works with clients to create sustainable organisational or peer support structures to maximise the application of learning and knowledge far after the workshop is over.
All fees are due prior to collection of program materials. Program materials are available for collection by participants in Bandar Sunway from CRC’s office a week before commencement of program. Participants who do not collect their program materials will receive them at time of registration.
All cancellation must be submitted in writing to CRC prior to commencement of program to receive full refund and subject to the following:
- 30 days prior to commencement – full refund
- Less than 21 days prior to commencement – 50% refund
- Less than 14 days prior to commencement – no refund, substitution is allowed provided CRC is notified in writing
Filming, video recording and photograph-taking while the program is in session is strictly prohibited.