Feedback & Development

“Life Begins at the end of your comfort zone”
Neale Donald Walsh

How do you learn? How can you start to know and understand things you didn’t even know exist? And why would you? Why would you leave the area of our specialisation and experience, the area you are succesful in and feel comfortable with?
And even in your area of expertise, would you be willing to accept that you don’t know it all, that you might need to develop to a higher level of knowledge, of expertise? Whom would you allow to tell you this?
And how would your team members answer these questions?

Training Description:
This training focuses on how individuals and teams learn and develop new expertise. Development models and theory will be introduced and discussed. You and your team will learn to understand the value of feedback and will learn how to apply it well. You will learn how to foster an environment where learning is everyday business.

Managers, team leaders and their teams who want to understand the processes of learning and development, and who want to consciously choose their path towards excellence every day.
Depending upon the specific situation and need of you and/or your team, a training of one or two days can be offered. A minimum group size of 6 is recommended, in case of more than 12 participants 2 trainers are required.

Learning Objectives:
Understand how individuals and teams learn and develop. Be able to use feedback in order to support development of yourself and your environment. Be able to foster a team environment where learning and development are considered daily business.

• Practical team experiences
• Models and theory on learning and development
• Role plays
• Mediocre performance and how to deal with it
• Everyday learning
• You and the HR Development Cycle
• Define your own Development priorities

Targeted outcomes:
Team leaders, managers and professionals who are aware of learning and development processes and the need for and use of feedback. Professionals who are throughout their careers looking for opportunities to develop themselves and their environment.

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