About the session:
Giving and receiving feedback is an essential part of any role, when done in the right way and with the right intentions, feedback can lead to outstanding performance. Giving feedback is a skill. And like all skills, it takes practice to get it right. This 90-minute leadership workshop has been designed to support you to give feedback constructively and effectively across difference, for example race, gender, sexuality and disability.
What will be covered:
- Explore and understand models for giving and receiving feedback
- understand the issues of giving and receiving feedback across difference, for example race, gender, sexuality and disability
- Reflect on unconscious bias in the feedback process – barriers and enablers to effective feedback
- Consider the art of non-violent conversation
An opportunity to practice the skills of giving and receiving feedback
The session will be delivered virtually
Who is this session for:
The NHS Leadership Academy provides leadership development for people of all backgrounds and experiences across health and care.
Book your Place:
Tuesday 17th January 2023, 14:00 – 15:30 – FULLY BOOKED
Wednesday 22nd March 2023, 14:00-15:30 FULLY BOOKED
When you complete the registration form, please block this session out in your diary. Joining instructions will be sent a week before the workshop.
When partnering with development providers, a fee is paid for their services. Although this fee is not passed on to you, by registering, you have signed up to a place that somebody else could fill. If you need to cancel, please email [email protected] at your earliest convenience to enable us to offer the space to another colleague.
About the facilitator
Dr Sandie Dunne, BA, MA, MSC
Sandie is an Organisational Development Consultant, working with psychodynamic and systems approaches and accredited Coach, Henley Business School. Sandie has rich academic experience working on the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme in Cohort Tutor, Cohort Director, and Deputy Programme Director roles, EGA and GMTS, and as a visiting lecturer for the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust MA in Consultation (D10)
She has a Professional Doctorate in Leadership and Organisational Development ‘Consultation and the Organisation’, and her research thesis was on leadership and inclusion with a focus BAME leadership in the public sector.