The Science of Feedback – Three Essentials for Every Project Leader
Feedback is arguably one of the most important competencies needed for leadership and performance management. It is a process that derives high performance, fuels motivation and when done effectively strengthens and improves relationships. Unfortunately, feedback is also among the most difficult competencies to master. We live in a culture where soft skills are minimized. Most people are lucky if they receive training on how to give feedback, let alone how to receive feedback.
As a result of this presentation, participants will walk away with:
• Ways to self-manage and receive feedback well
• A model for promoting high quality motivation during feedback
• Four skills for creating psychological safety with feedback
Location: Twisted Fork Restaurant
Speaker: Amber Barnes' Bio
Amber is founder and CEO of StartHuman, a leadership development company on a mission to re-humanize the workplace. Her passion for effective leadership started at an early age and transitioned into a career after entering the Fortune 50 world. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Amber was a learning and sales development consultant and branch manager at Wells Fargo. Before transitioning into financial services, she was head of HR, operations and marketing for a chain of funeral homes. Amber is trained as an organization development practitioner and educator. She received her MS in Organization Development and BS in Elementary and Special Education. Additionally, Amber is certified to facilitate the work of Ken Blanchard and Brené Brown as well as several personality and behavior assessments. A native Nevadan, Amber is passionate about giving back and supporting community development. She is the founder of the Conscious Capitalism Northern Nevada Chapter and has served as a board member for Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevadas and Komen Northern Nevada. In her free time, Amber enjoys nature, reading, running and yoga. She lives in Reno with her husband, Jason, and their dogs, Guinness and Finn.