Topic outline

  • Seeking Development Feedback

    This course provides an overview of all significant aspects and considerations of seeking development feedback for all employees.

    Seeking Development Feedback

    • Training Methodology & Objectives

      Training Methodology

      This Trainee-centered course includes the following training methodologies:-

      • Talking presentation Slides (PPT with audio)
      • Simulation & Animation
      • Exercises
      • Videos
      • Case Studies
      • Gamification (learning through games)
      • Quizzes, Pre-test & Post-test

      Course Objectives

      After completing the course, the employee will:-

      Apply and gain an in-depth knowledge on seeking development feedback Understand the benefits of receiving feedback on both professional and personal levels
      Be able to proactively and regularly seek and solicit feedback Have practiced how to benefit from constructive criticism
      Have practiced seeking and accepting constructive feedback on his/her understanding and compliance with HSSE standards Be able to identify the right person (immediate superior, customers, colleagues/peers etc.) to ask for feedback, using formal and informal channels
      Understand the protocols of requesting feedback by practicing to be as specific as possible, graceful and listen actively Be able to use the feedback collected effectively to identify ones own development needs
      Be able to use feedback to measure own progress against development needs objectively, throughout the performance year Understand and have practiced how to deal with negative feedback
      Receive fair and valid feedback as well as discuss the benefits of receiving feedback on both professional and personal levels Apply constructive feedback and identify the benefits of personal development at work
      Perform proactively and regularly seek and solicit feedback as well as recognize the 14 ways employers can seek feedback from staff proactively Solicit feedback and identify the 7 smart ways to elicit honest feedback from peers
      Apply 6 ways to seek feedback to improve your performance in the workplace Choose an appropriate time and place for seeking feedback
      Receive and give effective feedback as well as identify the 3 types of feedback and the role of feedback Write a positive feedback, be prepared for negative feedback and recognize the 5 ways to take negative feedback at work and turn it into something positive
      Discuss the 4 types of constrictive feedback including the benefit from constructive criticism and the 3 reasons why constructive criticism is important Seek and accept constructive feedback on his/her understanding and compliance with HSSE standards
      Respond to constructive feedback efficiently and recognize the right person (immediate superior, customer, colleagues/ peers etc.) to ask for feedback, using formal and informal channels Differentiate formal communication and informal communication as well as apply the protocols of requesting feedback by practicing to be as specific as possible, graceful and listen actively
      Define the star model of feedback and its system Use the feedback collected effectively to identify one’s own development needs
      Collect user feedback, review collected data analysis and listen when giving or receiving feedback Use feedback to measure own progress against development needs objectively, throughout the performance year
      Monitor the progress, apply the 10 smart rules for giving negative feedback and deal with negative feedback Carryout 7 tips on how to manage your emotions and reaction when you're faced with criticism at work
      Apply the 7 ways to handle criticism including the right way to respond to negative feedback and the 5 ways not to handle negative feedback
      • Course Description

        As human beings, we’ve naturally curious and desire to have our questions answered. But there’s one area of questioning that overwhelms most of us with anxiety: asking for feedback. It’s not an easy or natural task, asking for someone’s opinion or evaluation of you and your work, but it’s an essential part of career development. We can’t promise that it will be painless, but with the proper preparation and the right questions, asking for feedback can be a smooth process
        Feedback is an essential part of the dialogue between managers and their direct reports. Feedback not only reinforces positive behaviors and encourages development; it can also prevent performance problems or catch them sooner rather than later. Most managers and supervisors know they should give feedback. Yet, many aren’t exactly sure how to begin conversations -especially if they’ve been putting them off for some time.
        This workshop focuses on feedback skills and the importance of establishing a regular dialogue with employees. This program explores the ins and outs of employee feedback: how to prepare for it, how to give it, and how to use it as a tool for increasing employee engagement

        This E-Learning course is designed to provide participants with a detailed and up-to-date overview of seeking development feedback. It covers the fair and valid feedback; the benefits of receiving feedback on both professional and personal levels; constructive feedback and the benefits of personal development at work; the 14 ways employers can seek feedback from staff proactively; the 7 smart ways to elicit honest feedback from peers; the 6 ways to seek feedback to improve your performance in the workplace; the 3 types of feedback and the role of feedback; writing a positive feedback; being prepared for negative feedback; the 5 ways to take negative feedback at work and turning it into something positive; the 4 types of constrictive feedback including the benefit from constructive criticism; the 3 reasons why constructive criticism is important; and seeking and accepting constructive feedback on his/her understanding and compliance with HSSE standards.

        During this interactive course, participants will learn the respond to constructive feedback efficiently; recognize the right person (immediate superior, customer, colleagues/ peers etc.) to ask for feedback, using formal and informal channels; the formal communication and informal communication; the protocols of requesting feedback by practicing to be as specific as possible, graceful and listen actively; the star model of feedback and its system; using feedback to measure own progress against development needs objectively, throughout the performance year; the 10 smart rules for giving negative feedback and dealing with negative feedback; the 7 tips on how to manage your emotions and reaction when you're faced with criticism at work; the 7 ways to handle criticism including the right way to respond to negative feedback; and the 5 ways not to handle negative feedback.