Impact Through Feedback: The "Dos", "Don’ts", and "How’s" of Giving & Receiving Feedback

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Oct 05, 2014 Comments Off on Impact Through Feedback: The "Dos", "Don’ts", and "How’s" of Giving & Receiving Feedback

Online Webinar
Tuesday, October 21, 2014, 12:30 – 1:30pm

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How do you generate maximum impact at work through giving and receiving feedback?  Most people don't – and miss a critical opportunity for professional growth, personal development and building alignment.

Whether you are the intern or the CEO, the art of feedback is a non-negotiable in today's business world. Join us for a webinar addressing both the mindset and tools required for feedback success – for you, your team, and the organization at large. It's time to transform your experience from one of stress and anticipation to one of clarity, impact, and power. 

Executive Leadership Coach, Trainer, and Speaker, Valia Glytsis (C’02), will teach us the "Dos, Don't's, and How's" of giving and receiving feedback in a way that is both authentic to your personal style and drives behavioral change. The days of the "sandwich" technique are over – it's time to share what matters from a place of truth, transparency, and trust.  This webinar is ideal for mid-management professionals who are currently leading a group of people or will be doing so in the near future. Once you crack the discomfort around giving and receiving feedback, the benefits are invaluable: aligned relationships, high-functioning teams, and stronger overall performance!

About the Presenter:
Valia Glytsis is CEO & Founder of The Paradox of Leadership, a boutique leadership education firm based in New York City specializing in leadership development trainings / seminars, executive coaching, and transformational events. Recent client highlights include: McKInsey, HBO, Digitas, Edelman, Prudential, Soul Cycle. To learn more, visit: www.theparadoxofleadership.

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