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Embracing Feedback, Even if it Hurts

  • Tuesday, March 20, 2018
  • 7:15 AM - 9:30 AM (PDT)
  • The Farmer and the Seahorse - 10996 Torreyana Road, San Diego, CA 92121
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Online Registration for EMBRACING FEEDBACK, EVEN IF IT HURTS is now closed. Registration is available at the door the morning of the event (starting at 6:45 a.m.).

EMBRACING FEEDBACK, EVEN IF IT HURTS

The successful journey of becoming a great leader requires that we receive feedback on how we can improve along the way. When someone gives you constructive feedback are you open to it? Do your emotions stay in check or do you get defensive? Are you missing out on feedback opportunities because people are fearful of how you may react? This session will explore the psychology behind our emotions and reactions, and how we can  be more open to feedback, explore and understand it. Most importantly, do something with it to become a better version of ourselves.

This session will show you how to:

  • Seek out useful feedback.         
  • Receive feedback, non-defensively, and seek to understand it.
  • Take action on the feedback and close the loop.
  • Apply your insights to coach and counsel others to embrace feedback, both informally and formally (e.g. 360 reviews, performance reviews, etc)

 

Guest Facilitator: Madeline Schmidt, Founder Monarch Training & Consulting

For almost 20 years, Madeline Schmidt has inspired and transformed people and companies, helping them achieve their full potential through organizational development, learning, training, coaching, leadership development, performance, and culture change. 

Madeline has had the benefit of working in the “inside,” as the Head of Talent & Leadership Development for growth companies in a variety of industries such as sales, e-commerce, real estate and development, hospitality, and financial services. She has developed and coached thousands of individuals, high potentials, emerging leaders, and executives in leveraging their current strengths, developing new strengths, shifting mindsets and approaches to achieve personal and professional goals, and uncovering blind spots that get in the way of growth and success. 

Known for her passion, insights, and ability to connect with hearts and minds, Madeline recently followed her dream to start her own company, Monarch Training & Consulting, to create more opportunities to help people and companies unlock their potential. She specializes in flexible and customized solutions (built specifically for YOUR needs, culture, company, and people) in the areas of Leadership Development (including Coaching and 360 feedback), Organizational Culture and Employee Engagement, Learning & Development, and Women’s Leadership Initiatives. 

Madeline has an M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, received several local and national awards for her talent development and culture change work and is a certified facilitator / practitioner in a variety of globally recognized leadership training programs such as: DISC, Predictive Index, Situational Leadership II, Situational Frontline Leadership, Situational Self Leadership, Catalyst, and AchieveGlobal.

 

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