Appreciate Feedback is part of the Success at Work Series. 10 fresh videos to demonstrate essential employability skills Millennials can use to achieve success at your organization and wherever their future endeavors may take them.
Two new interns arrive at Cutting Edge but not everything goes smoothly. Tatiana speaks five languages but must change her negative thinking. Dion is the overconfident smart-talking nephew of the boss.
Participants will watch as these former students learn from their mistakes while gaining an edge to succeed along the way. Lessons are engineered for viewers to see a clear picture of success and to maximize effectiveness in communication, prioritization and organization. Implement individual titles to emphasize singular successes or utilize the full force of the Cutting Edge Success at Work Series to elicit clear goal setting and productive, measurable results.
In Appreciate Feedback, Dion hears some tough feedback from Carol who explains why she would not hire him. It’s important for everyone to welcome feedback – both positive and critical feedback, but Sam gets defensive when Michael offers feedback on his latest policy document. Dion is taken aside by Marcus to discuss his behavior and Marcus encourages to perform better. Dion deals with the setback well, an opportunity to learn from mistakes. Tammy seeks advice on how to give Sanjay feedback. Marcus leads a session on how to give and receive constructive feedback. Dion and Carlos give each other feedback and Casey gets feedback from Tammy. Everyone learns to appreciate feedback.
- Welcome Feedback
- Be Open
- Learn From Mistakes
- Ask for Advice
- Practice Feedback Skills
Interactive eLearning course
This video program is also available as a short stimulating eLearning course with interactive learning modules, recap activities, inline video and quiz assessments, designed to engage learners and build skills.
This is available as part of
- Leaders Guide
- PowerPoint Slides
Only preview versions of handouts can be viewed without a license.