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Leadership Espresso – Giving and Receiving Effective Feedback


About the session:

Giving and receiving feedback is an essential part of any role, when done in the right way and with the right intentions, feedback can lead to outstanding performance. Giving feedback is a skill. And like all skills, it takes practice to get it right. This 90-minute leadership espresso has been designed to support you to give feedback constructively and effectively across difference, for example race, gender, sexuality and disability.

What will be covered?

During the session we will:

  • explore models for giving and receiving feedback
  • consider the issues of giving and receiving feedback across difference, for example race, gender, sexuality and disability
  • reflect on unconscious bias in the feedback process – barriers and enablers to effective feedback
  • consider the art of non-violent conversation
  • practice the skills of giving and receiving feedback

Who is this session for?

The NHS Leadership Academy provides leadership development for people of all backgrounds and experiences across health and care.

Book your Place:

Reserve a place via our RSVP booking system below. The joining instructions, including the meeting room link, will be sent one week prior to the session. If your circumstances change and you can no longer attend, please emailĀ [email protected]

Although we will be able to see your name and email address upon submission, once extrapolated this data will be anonymised. We appreciate your support in providing this information, which will help us to ensure our leadership development interventions are widely accessible and inclusive.

The session will be virtually on Microsoft Teams

About the Facilitators

Dr Sandie Dunne, PhD, MDIP, BA, MA, MSc

I am an experienced organisational consultant and executive coach, specialising in leadership development, diversity and equalities, corporate improvement and change management. I am passionate about individuals and communities finding their voice and taking up leadership roles. I have worked in the public sector for many years leading on service transformation and performance improvement including work with Central and Local Government, The National Health Service, Fire and Rescue Service and Police.

I am currently working with Voluntary Sector Organisations including Law Centres, Community Groups and National Think Tanks, NHS Trusts including leadership in A&E, across Foundation Trusts and with Community Drug and Alcohol Services.