Workshops Committee Programs Management Training Series Library Leadership Ohio
The Power of Appreciative Feedback
Tuesday, September 23, 2003
9:30:00 AM - 12:30:00 PM

Cuyahoga County Public Library
Administration Building

2111 Snow Road Parma, Ohio


$75 CAMLS Members
$85 Affiliate Members
$150 Non-members
Free for guests/speakers

Deadline: Tuesday, September 16, 2003
Limit: 35
Registered Now: 10
Contact Hours: 6

When you register for this workshop you will automatically be registered for the second part on September 30th

Appreciative Feedback can empower people to to leverage their strengths for better job performance. This new, interactive workshop explores why and when people need feedback in their work, and how to deliver feedback with honesty and compassion. This innovative model explores appreciative approaches to both the giving, proactively soliciting and reactively receiving feedback on performance. Learn how to use feedback as a key tool in assisting growth at work, at home, in ourselves and in others.

This workshop will have two half day sessions. The 2nd Session is scheduled for Tuesday, September 30

Topics of Discussion

  • Identifying individual and organizational strengths
  • The importance of honesty & compassion in managing feedback
  • Being proactive and reactive with feedback
  • Appreciative approaches to creating new intentions/goals
  • Using feedback in setting & measuring performance goals
  • Observational & verbal feedback
  • Blindspots & learning curves
  • Generating creative ideas & raising levels of performance
Audience: Library Administrators, Supervisors and Human Resource Administrators
Jack Ricchiuto For over 25 years, Jack Ricchiuto has been coaching executives, managers, and teams across 20 plus industries. Jack's project management and team coaching focuses on helping people and teams take an appreciative approach to achieving new levels of performance. A freelance business writer, Jack is author of The Collaborative Creativity, Accidental Conversations, and the recently released Project Zen.

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