Tuesday, February 27th, 2024 | Choose your preferred time
The Art of Feedback:
A HR Leader’s Guide to Constructive Conversations
Ineffective feedback can lead to misunderstandings and missed opportunities for growth.
And traditional feedback methods often fall short, leading to resistance and discomfort. But without the right approach, feedback can fail to inspire change and may even harm your team dynamics.
Join us for this free webinar on February 27th where you’ll get innovative strategies to turn challenging feedback into constructive, empowering conversations.
You also will:
- Learn how to turn challenging feedback into constructive conversations that empower your team,
- Discover why traditional feedback methods fail and what you can do differently for transformative results,
- Get strategies for overcoming resistance to feedback in any situation,
- Unlock the secret to transforming tough feedback into a tool for powerful personal and professional development,
- Explore practical frameworks for feedback that are essential for changing the way you communicate in the workplace,
- Get a sneak peek into innovative frameworks that top HR leaders use for impactful feedback,
- Gain actionable insights from Culture Amp’s Lead People Scientist, Mary Margaret Garza, on building a culture of positive feedback,
- Access practical tips and tools to transform theory into practice in a way that promotes growth and understanding.
Don’t miss this chance to create a culture of positive, effective communication in your team.
Mary Margaret Garza
Lead People Scientist, NA East, Culture Amp
Mary Margaret Garza, Ph.D., is a Lead People Scientist at Culture Amp, supporting customers in the eastern region of North America.
Prior to joining Culture Amp, Margaret spent a decade assisting the DoD field and fleet with climate assessment by developing the processes to support assessment (survey development, SOPs for analysis, benchmarking, data weighting, and trending procedures) as well as interfacing with leaders to identify organizational concerns and climate survey topics, develop reports, and out-brief results for actionable take-aways. Additionally, Margaret supported DoD initiatives by developing competency models in cross-cultural competence and uncovering insights into DEII leadership competence.
Margaret earned her MS and PhD degrees in I/O Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology and her BA in Psychology and M.Ed. from Temple University.
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