Human Resources and the Cura Program are partnering with Leadership Effect to offer training to all faculty and staff supervisors on "Leading with Feedback" as a direct response to our University Feedback Survey results. Regular and effective feedback is essential to a productive and highly effective work culture. Feedback helps us understand where our role is aligned with the University's priorities and our pursuit of excellence and how we can improve our performance on a real-time basis instead of hearing it for the first in an annual performance evaluation.
Who is Attending
All of our faculty and staff supervisors - including VPs/AVPs, Deans, Associate/Assistant Deans, Department Chairs, Directors and frontline supervisors - will be scheduled to attend a session with a cohort of peers in similar roles across the University over the course of the next few months. Participants will receive their session date and time via email.
About the Workshop
This half day workshop helps leaders recognize the power of effective feedback and teaches them practical skills to make giving feedback feel more normal and part of the culture. Participants will learn to:
- explain the role of feedback in leading others
- reinforce good performance to create motivation and sustain results
- define the difficulties with giving corrective feedback
- describe a model for corrective feedback
- prepare for future feedback conversations
Richard Nemanick, Phd.
Dr. Nemanick is a SLU alumnus who has over 20 years of experience in leadership training and consulting. He is a co-founder of Leadership Effect in St. Louis. He earned his doctorate in Organizational Psychology from SLU and has taught in the John Cook School of Business' MBA program for 10 years.