Jan
28
19:45

Giving Feedback that Makes a Difference

Workshop
Hebrew Session
Shelly Roymisher
Psychologist, HR & career consultant, former Director of Human Resources @ Super-Pharm
Shelly Roymisher is a Psychologist, HR & career consultant. Former Director of Human Resources, with extensive experience, In the last 15 year at super-pharm. She received her BA in Psychology and Special Ed, with Excellence from Tel-Aviv University and went on to receive her MA in Organizational Psychology, with Excellence from Bar-Ilan University. She is also a Group Facilitator and HR consultant. In 2017, Shelly was a recipient of the first place in a competition for excellence, for a project of employee engagement.
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Shelly Roymisher
How do we know when feedback is effective? What are the signs you should look for to make sure your message comes across? What can you do when things go wrong? In this Jolt, you will learn how to provide your manager, co-workers, and staff with meaningful and effective feedback. By the end of this Jolt, you will know what specific steps to take so your feedback lands correctly, what risks to avoid, and how to handle situations when your conversations don't go according to plan.

Questions this talk answers:

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Why is feedback an essential tool for leadership?

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What are the components of effective feedback?

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How do you provide feedback that changes behaviour?

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Shelly Roymisher

Psychologist, HR & career consultant, former Director of Human Resources @ Super-Pharm

About
Shelly
Shelly Roymisher is a Psychologist, HR & career consultant. Former Director of Human Resources, with extensive experience, In the last 15 year at super-pharm. She received her BA in Psychology and Special Ed, with Excellence from Tel-Aviv University and went on to receive her MA in Organizational Psychology, with Excellence from Bar-Ilan University. She is also a Group Facilitator and HR consultant. In 2017, Shelly was a recipient of the first place in a competition for excellence, for a project of employee engagement.

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