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Setting the Stage: How to Effectively Give and Receive Feedback

Thursday, February 4, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Karen Weeks, SVP of People, Ordergroove

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Giving and receiving feedback is hard, no matter how long you have been a manager. It’s important that you’ve prepared for those conversations and are ready to also receive feedback from your team. Using actionable tips, case studies, and worksheets from Karen’s workbook Setting the Stage (which all participants can receive for free if appropriate), the audience will be lead through self-discovery about how they have handled feedback in the past, a reflection on a recent feedback conversation, and help them prepare for their next feedback meeting.

During this webcast, you will learn how to:

• Gain best practices in how to give feedback across different circumstances.
• Handle difficult reactions during a feedback conversation.
• Educate the audience on how to be open to receiving feedback.
• Create a culture of feedback in your organization to remove the stigma of feedback and welcome it as a development opportunity.


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Karen Weeks
Karen Weeks

SVP of People, Ordergroove

Twenty years ago, Karen Weeks made a career change from theater to HR and never looked back. She found her purpose in helping organizations build amazing cultures while guiding individuals to find fulfillment in their careers. Currently, she serves as the senior vice president of people at Ordergroove and was named one of the 2020 notable women in talent by Crain’s New York Business. Karen is a certified career coach, speaker, advisor to startup companies, Girls in Tech NYC board member, the published author of Setting the Stage: A Guide to Preparing for Any Feedback Conversation, and host of the podcast Getting Off the Hamster Wheel. She lives in New York City with her husband and furry babies.