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Harness Neuroscience to Create a Productive Feedback Culture

Published Tue Sep 19 2017

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How we react to feedback is a matter of neuroscience. There is a chemical reason why we tend to remember bad experiences over good ones. It’s no wonder that workplace feedback is often demotivating. At the same time, it is well established that sharing more and better feedback can dramatically boost business performance. So, how can you prime your organization to embrace a feedback culture and make it a competitive advantage? Join this webcast to find out. Participants will learn: -the latest research findings on the critical elements for a feedback culture to exist and thrive -how to improve the quality and frequency of conversations among and across teams -some key action items to help put continuous feedback into practice -lessons learned and key business outcomes from organizations that have successfully created a feedback culture.

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