Giving Feedback


$36.97 USD

Everything You Need To Know About Giving Feedback and Were Afraid To Try

These ‘Bite Sized' workshops are literally designed ready for you to deliver.

The materials are designed by training experts; have been tested many times in the real world and give you the right to deliver materials to your clients as many times as you desire.

PLUS, a Copyright Waiver Licence is included in the price, so that the course materials can be adapted to brand and suit your own or your organisation's needs.

Buying these ‘bite-sized' products will save any trainer, manager or HR person hours of work in designing their own training materials.

Course materials include a set of course notes, slides and delegate handout covering:

  • Origins of the word feedback
  • Understanding why feedback is not only important, but is actually vital
  • The two types of feedback
  • Tips and strategies for giving feedback in private situations and also how to give feedback in public
  • The negative sandwich technique
  • The EEC way of giving feedback, with examples of how the model might work with both autocratic and participative management styles
  • Skill practice in giving feedback

The bite sized sessions are designed to be interactive with discussion, formal input, syndicate exercise and role play. This session is participative and fully involves the delegates who would typically be team leaders, supervisors and managers.

The product features 7 colour slides, comprehensive course notes (contained in 10 pages of the ‘Notes' section of the slides) and a 9-page delegate handout pack.

Training your staff will never be cheaper than this.

About the Designers:

ABC Training Solutions is run by Bryan and Mandy Edwards. Bryan is an Institute of Personnel & Development (C.I.P.D.) qualified Trainer, with over 20 years training and personnel experience.

After 5 years as a comprehensive School Teacher, Bryan started his personnel career at Safeways, managing the Human Resource function of a £8m turnover store. Specialising in training in 1989, Bryan joined House of Fraser as Training Manager in a £15m turnover store. After 2 years, he was promoted to Head Office Training Manager, where for 8 years he managed the training and development for over 500 office employees, managing a budget in excess of £130,000, and delivering an extensive range of management and interpersonal skill courses.

Bryan's most recent corporate commercial experience has been as Training Manager at Tiny Computers, a p.c. manufacturer/retailer, with annual sales in excess of £500m. He managed a team of 6 trainers as well as being responsible to design, deliver and evaluate management training programmes for 170 Head Office Team Leaders and Store Managers.

Giving Feedback

$36.97 USD