Topic: Providing Feedback to Leadership
Speaker: Kim Wilkerson
Doors open at 11:15.
Program begins at 11:40.
Kim Wilkerson, Wilkerson Consulting Group, is known as a real-time, high impact consultant and coach who creates dramatic organizational progress and profound individual growth. Her clients, who engage her as a trusted advisor and partner, consistently achieve tangible, successful results in their mission to “get from here to there.” She is recognized for achieving mission critical, high stakes results.
Kim is a member of the Million Dollar Consulting® Hall of Fame. Kim and Alan Weiss are co-authors of, The Language of Success: The Confidence and Ability To Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say in Business and Life, Business Expert Press 2016. Her wide-ranging expertise is drawn from over three decades of professional experience.
Kim is known for her interactive and engaging style. In this session, the discussion will focus on how HR professionals can become internal coaches and trusted advisors with executives and designated leaders. She’ll address the opportunities, roadblocks, and pitfalls in the real world of providing solicited and unsolicited feedback to leaders. Participants will leave the session with new insight on how to position and communicate feedback in a way that achieves the desired results.
(1) Answer the questions, “Why this? Why now?”
(2) Understand the process of feedback, which goes beyond the event of providing feedback.
(3) Identify mutual goals and value.
(4) Identify language that promotes a positive interaction and that which undermines effectiveness.
(5) Understand the value and technique of effective questioning, along with knowing “when (and what) to ask, versus when to tell.”
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