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How to Give and Receive
Feedback at Work
with Sarah Noyes
in San Francisco Bay Area
  • TIME & DATE:
    Saturday, November 13 from 11:00 am to 4:00 am Pacific Time (including 1-hour break)

    Tuesday, November 9 at 9:00 pm Pacific Time​


    Outdoor Location in SF Bay Area TBD

    Safety protocols TBD based on the most recent recommendations of local health officials. Participants will be able to request stricter protocols or get a full refund (including if they are not ready to follow current protocols).


Previously, we explored the ‘why’ by addressing theories of organizational feedback, dissent (aka divergent thinking), and motivational interviewing. So next, we will take a deeper dive into the ‘how’ of delivering clear, actionable feedback as well as how to integrate self-evaluation, along with feedback from others. We’ll also look at the differences between high and low-context cultures and negative feedback. This workshop’s methodology is grounded in systems thinking and behavioral science, pulling from the work by Erin Meyer, Kim Scott, Liz Fosslien, Mollie West Duffy, and the authors of Lead Together -- as well as my work as a Feedback Specialist with Learning as Leadership.



This workshop is funded by the Evolutionary Leadership Community (ELC). Participation is free for dues-paying ELC members. Non-members are required to pay a USD $65 registration fee that will be added to the community budget and used to fund other member-led programs and workshops. 

If you are not an ELC member yet, you are welcome to explore the opportunity to join the community. Our members pay radically flexible monthly dues (anything above zero), enjoy free access to all community-funded events, and collectively manage community funds to finance member-led educational offers and other proposals that are aligned with the mission of the community: to support members in developing the capacity to redesign worldviews, cultures, and institutions in service to a more just, sustainable, and flourishing world.

About Your Host

Sarah Noyes

I'm often at the intersection of Operations and HR - supporting the organization of people to meet program goals. I've also worked in Employee Relations, focusing on internal communication systems and employee programs. Think recruiter-project planner-writer who can weigh in, figure it out and get it done. And I'm driven by my desire to support strong, ethical leaders.

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