Feedback: No one wants it, no one wants to give it. It’s a loaded word, and one that has the capacity to strike fear in the heart of both the recipient and the deliverer. But it’s more than the interplay of minds, language, and egos. The ability of leaders to foster organizational environments conducive to regular feedback isn’t easily cultivated. But failure to do so threatens our ability to achieve organizational objectives. In a time of leading amidst more complexity than ever, leaders and managers must uncover the secrets to making feedback work at all levels. In this webcast, you will: - Review the neurological and biological factors that contribute to fear of feedback. - Address the organizational barriers that impact our ability to provide and receive feedback. - Uncover the organizational and personal costs of avoiding feedback. - Identify specific skills required to engage in the feedback loop.