Providing feedback is an essential part of everyone’s job. If you are a leader, you may need to provide feedback to your direct reports, peers or upper management. If you are a co-worker, you may need to give feedback to your peers or your supervisor. There are also many situations where you may be asked to provide input such as, day-to-day assignments, on projects, during interviewing situations, or when things go wrong.
This presentation examines some of the common struggles with providing useful feedback and how to overcome them. Participants will be able to role play the approaches during the session and ask questions to clarify how to practice these behaviors in the workplace.
Participants will be able to:
Kevin Fuselier is the sole proprietor of Katalyst Consulting Group LLC. Katalyst advises organizations on how to develop the leadership skills of their people so they can meet business objectives and create engaging/productive working environments. Additionally, Katalyst supports individuals in developing their leadership skills so they can lead effectively and reach their career potential.
Kevin has over 20 years of experience in adult learning and organizational development with a Fortune 50 organization. He has successfully served as a coach for high performing leaders, managers, and employees. Kevin is an exceptional communicator of complex concepts and an insightful facilitator with a reputation for creating collaborative learning environments that turn creative ideas into realistic workplace applications.
Kevin holds a Masters of Arts in Organizational Dynamics from The University of Oklahoma, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems.
As an experienced organizational development professional, Kevin provides a broad view of organizations, culture change, leadership, and human behavior. As an accomplished consultant, Kevin has mastered the ability to identify root causes, develop solutions, and deliver learning that helps people improve their skills and change behaviors.
Kevin has built an excellent reputation as a highly effective and insightful facilitator. He has served as a strategic business partner/coach for VPs through first-line leaders and associates. Using his ability to see the big picture allows him to make connections, be creative, collaborative, and resourceful in influencing, designing, and delivering a variety of learning and development solutions.
TAHRA is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. This program is valid for 2.00 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit shrmcertification.org.
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