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How to Improve Outcomes by Giving Constructive Feedback 2021

When:
May 13, 2021
Time:
02:00 PM - 03:30 PM
Category:
SBDC
Location:
Online
Details:
Communication

Constructive feedback and making your employees feel valued is an important skill to have. Join this live NO COST webinar to learn how.

About this Event

In today's world, employees are making it known that they expect feedback from their boss. They want to know how they are doing! We know it's not always easy to find the words to give truly constructive feedback.

Whether feedback is positive or negative, there are key elements to giving constructive feedback. In this session, you will learn how to set yourself up for success with specific action steps. You will learn powerful words to use in the conversation, and how to make employees feel valued in the process.

Provided by CARES Act funding to deliver services and webinars to small businesses in support of business recovery.

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About the Host

Lorna Kibbey

Lorna Kibbey is a content speaker and author, who focuses on helping leaders develop their most important, and most complex resources, people! Lorna designs and delivers leadership seminars and motivational keynotes to a variety of audiences. She is certified to conduct workplace assessments; workshops for teams; and workshops for all levels of employees, using Everything DiSC™.

Lorna has first‐hand experience in dealing with the most difficult situations managers face. She served as a leader and manager for more than 24 years in the public sector and ten years as coordinator for FSBDC's Small Business Network at Florida Gulf Coast University. Her years of experience in the public sector, combined with years of practice in all types of organizations have made her the leadership expert she is today. In fact, she “wrote the book” on becoming a better boss. Her book, “Becoming a Better Boss - Your Guidebook to 25 Fundamental Management Responsibilities” was published in 2019.

Lorna earned her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of South Florida and her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts from the University of Cincinnati.

Lorna is an active member in the National Speaker’s Association and a long-time chapter leader for the Association for Talent Development (ATD) Southwest Florida. She is the Immediate Past State President of the Florida Society of Certified Public Managers and the 2019/2020 Dean of the Florida Speaker’s Association speaker academy.

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