From Fear to Fierce
In the workforce, the ability to receive feedback and create actionable change is at the heart of the feedback process. Leaders often struggle with their role in delivering a range of feedback, and how to support others as they create change from the feedback. People often express frustration that they are giving feedback constantly, but not seeing change. Within strategy, within culture, within projects, feedback becomes more important, delivered in a timely manner, and with a range of skills. Let’s talk about what gets in the way of feedback, and unleashing some superpowers to help tackle tough conversations, move through emotional reactions, and leave from a place of trust and support.
Linda Clark, MHRM, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, CDTFL
Linda Clark is the principal in an organizational development coaching and consulting firm specializing in the power of effective team creation and growth, the power of feedback in innovative cultures, and strategic people operations. Her business focuses on peak performance, authenticity, and personal presence as a combination for success for individuals and organizations by highlighting the mindful selection of the best skills for the current situation and applying them with confidence. With nearly twenty years of experience in strategic human resources and organizational development in automotive retail, energy, manufacturing, non-profit segments and more, her reputation includes an operational focus combined with respect and empathy at all levels. She has recently added Certified Dare to Lead Facilitator™️ to her qualifications.