ABOUT THIS CLASS
Learn to give and get honest feedback at work in this quick, essential class!
Giving and getting honest feedback is one of the hardest skills for a current leader or aspiring leader to master. Whether you need to tell a coworker something they don’t want to hear, or you need to uncover valuable insights during a one-on-one meeting, understanding how to communicate and extract buried information will help you avoid blindspots, resolve problems, and improve your team’s performance.
Join Know Your Company CEO Claire Lew for an actionable class all about giving and getting honest feedback at work. Packed with research, statistics, and scripts, each lesson tackles common scenarios and practical methods you can immediately start using in your day-to-day. You’ll learn:
• Why a healthy feedback loop matters for high-performing teams
• 3 ways to get honest feedback from your most introverted coworker
• 4 ways to give honest feedback that your coworker typically doesn’t want to hear
After taking this class, you’ll walk away with an arsenal of tools to help you get to the truth of how your team is actually feeling, and to give the truth on how they’re actually doing, more painlessly than before. And your team will be able to work better together because of it.
Share your favorite feedback tip! Whether you’re a seasoned manager or a thoughtful team member, we’ve all given and asked for feedback at work. Share what’s worked for you, what hasn’t, and which of Claire’s tips you’re excited to try first.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Claire Lew is the CEO of Know Your Team, a software tool that helps managers become better leaders. Her company, Know Your Team, has helped over 15,000 people in 25 countries at companies like Airbnb and Kickstarter. This doesn’t include the online leadership community called The Watercooler, within Know Your Team, with almost 1,000 leaders and 2,000+ conversations on hiring, firing, business growth and more. Claire’s mission in life is to help people become happier at work. She speaks and gives workshops internationally on how to create more open, honest workplace environments, and has been published in Harvard Business Review, CNBC, Inc, Fortune, among others. Claire is also an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at her alma mater, Northwestern University.
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