How to Deliver Feedback in a Way that Gets Results

Join The Ken Blanchard Companies for a complimentary webinar and online chat beginning today at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time (12:00 noon Eastern).  Senior Consulting Partner Phil Reynolds will be sharing essential feedback skills in a presentation on How to Deliver Feedback in a Way that Gets Results.

The webinar is free and seats are still available if you would like to join over 1,100 people expected to participate.

Immediately after the webinar, Phil will be answering follow-up questions here at LeaderChat for about 30 minutes.  To participate in the follow-up discussion, use these simple instructions.

 Instructions for Participating in the Online Chat

  • Click on the LEAVE A COMMENT link above
  • Type in your question

It’s as easy as that!  Phil will answer as many questions as possible in the order they are received.  Be sure to press F5 to refresh your screen occasionally to see the latest responses.

We hope you can join us later today for this special complimentary event courtesy of Cisco WebEx and The Ken Blanchard Companies.  Click here to register or learn more.

10/20/11 update: Webinar recording just posted.  Access here by clicking How To Deliver Feedback in a Way that Gets Results

18 thoughts on “How to Deliver Feedback in a Way that Gets Results

  1. Welcome to Blanchard LeaderChat. Phil Reynolds and I will be here at 10:05 Pacific Time to answer your questions on providing feedback in today’s work environment. Use the F5 button on your keyboard to refresh this screen and see the latest comments.

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  2. People are so overloaded with work…how can we help them understand how important taking time to give feedback is?

  3. The Webinar was extremely helpful. Especially in regards to employee/peer behaviors while receiving feedback; I’ve been mentoring an individual who will cry, roll their eyes, say “whatever,” and I think after listening to this webinar we need to go back to what expectations are for team processes and see what her thoughts are on those processes and the quality of our developed products. Hopefully bringing her more into the discussion and sticking to objectives will help.

  4. Hi Everyone–I’m here now and Phil will be joining me shortly. If you have a question for Phil, please type it in and we’ll address it. Be sure to use your F5 to refresh your screen.

    • great question Dave – team dynamics certainly come into play when giving feedback but the steps are similiar:

      Give feedback on behaviors that can be changed by the team
      Be specific and descriptive—don’t generalize.
      Give feedback immediately, if possible.
      Control the context – in this case the team dynamics (sub groups, etc)
      Make the feedback relevant and about the team moving forward.

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