Project Description

Criticism, like rain, should be gentle enough to nourish a man’s growth without destroying his roots. ―Frank A. Clark (1860 – 1936) American politician

Feedback is around you all the time; not just at performance review time; not just when you make a mistake. It can be formal or informal. When feedback is given, effective listening is required for clarity and some form of value is received. You can ask for feedback from those who you respect and trust; and thus, the feedback can motivate you to modify your behavior for your success. Feedback is usually viewed as criticism or dissatisfaction; feedback is really an opportunity to learn something different.

Learning Alliances has interactive modules which include (and are not limited to):

  • Self-assessment of giving and receiving feedback
  • Feedback barriers
  • To-give or not-to-give situations
  • Providing feedback
  • Strategies to avoid
  • Tips and strategies
  • Practice in observations and providing feedback

Please contact  to schedule a one-on-one discussion to determine how your work environment can be enhanced with effective feedback.