Thursday, November 12, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM CST
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Carly Carmosino 
Mechanical Contractors Association of Eastern Missouri 

3 Steps to Building a Culture of

Feedback & Transparency

An MCA Affiliate Alliance Event

Does this scenario describe you?

One of your coworkers just made a huge mistake that impacts your work, or they regularly do things that stifle their chances of being promoted. You feel like you should speak up, but you don’t want to hurt their feelings or damage your relationship with them. Or, maybe, you are just too direct and are worried that you will offend them. So instead, you hope the problem miraculously goes away or you convince yourself that you’re really going to speak up the next time something happens.

This workshop prepares you to be on the giving and receiving end of those very difficult, but very necessary conversations.

Participants will learn to:

  • Engage in difficult conversations while maintaining rapport and good relationships.
  • Frame your feedback in a way that is specific, objective, and actionable.
  • Actively seek and receive candid feedback from peers.
  • Tactfully navigate difficult conversations in which you don't agree with coworkers.

Who should participate in this workshop? Everyone in your organization! It's designed for individual contributors, but participants can include... 

  • Managers & supervisors
  • Senior leaders
  • Executives

About the instructor:

Gregory Tall is a high-energy speaker and facilitator who helps people become better communicators and companies become better workplaces. He designs and facilitates interactive learning experiences that teach participants how to communicate with employees, peers, customers, investors, and other external stakeholders in the most compelling way. Gregory holds an M.B.A. from Morris Graduate School of Management and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Visit https://www.gregorytall.com/ for more information.