Giving Feedback

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Basics of leadership

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Total time 60 minutes

In this e⁠-⁠learning the participants get to know the model of the Johari-window. It shows the difference between the perception of others and the perception of oneself. It clarifies the "blind spot" and shows why the "secret" will remain a secret. With the help of the course it is taught that "giving feedback" does not mean "praise" or "criticize". Rather, it is about the systematic opening of self-perception through feedback from outside.

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Target group

Young managers; staff members with leadership responsibilities but without a management position; managers who have a need for cooperative team-leadership methods

Learning objectives

  • Knowing how to use feedback as a management tool

  • Using the Johari window, knowing the importance of the difference between how you perceive yourself and how others perceive you, so that you can give staff members constructive feedback

  • Being able to prepare critical feedback and use it constructively

  • Using positive feedback in a way that promotes the development of the staff and team

Competencies

Acting fairly and with integrity
Giving feedback
Assessing performance
Motivating employees
Supporting employees

Authoring tool

Rise

Methods

Transfer tasks
Enacted scenes
Interactive elements
Key messages
Moderated video lectures
Knowledge Check
Animated illustrative videos