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Leveraging Neuroscience

to Improve Feedback

Every person receives feedback differently, even if the same words are used

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Description

Giving and receiving effective feedback is key to an individual or team's growth and success, yet most organizations consistently struggle. Some high-potential leaders never rise to the highest level because their leaders and colleagues lacked the confidence and skill to give needed coaching at the time. Yet, the opposite is also true; leaders once plagued with a reputation of being difficult to work with can rise to be industry leaders and influencers when gifted with honest feedback and communication coaching.

Feedback is undoubtedly tricky to navigate because it inherently pits two basic human needs against each other: (1) the desire to improve and be loved and (2) accepted as we are. Balanced compassionate feedback is crucial; knowing when to use appreciation, coaching and evaluation are critical to healthy relationships in general. We are often afraid to ask for feedback, because it hurts to hear we made a significant mistake or hurt others. It triggers the avoid pain-seek pleasure circuitry in our brains. Yet, if we can see feedback as a gift, we can grow, build relationships, reduce shame, improve trust, adapt our style to be more effective, and create momentum.

Key Outcomes of Workshop

  • Understand how the human brain reacts to feedback based on biological differences
  • Use impact statements and non-violent communication when addressing sub-optimal behaviors
  • Receive feedback well and change patterns of defensiveness or shutdown
  • Ask for feedback and coaching regularly and reflect an understanding
  • Set limits on too much or unhelpful feedback when it feels misguided
  • Prepare for feedback conversations and create engagement in the process.
  • Integrate empowering feedback practices into one-on-one conversations, meetings, and quarterly growth sessions.
  • Give in-the-moment feedback and recognition of change for growth and sustained change.

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

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Giving and receiving effective feedback is key to an individual or team's growth and success, yet most organizations consistently struggle. Some high-potential leaders never rise to the highest level because their leaders and colleagues lacked the confidence and skill to give needed coaching at the time. Yet, the opposite is also true; leaders once plagued with a reputation of being difficult to work with can rise to be industry leaders and influencers when gifted with honest feedback and communication coaching.

Feedback is undoubtedly tricky to navigate because it inherently pits two basic human needs against each other: (1) the desire to improve and be loved and (2) accepted as we are. Balanced compassionate feedback is crucial; knowing when to use appreciation, coaching and evaluation are critical to healthy relationships in general. We are often afraid to ask for feedback, because it hurts to hear we made a significant mistake or hurt others. It triggers the avoid pain-seek pleasure circuitry in our brains. Yet, if we can see feedback as a gift, we can grow, build relationships, reduce shame, improve trust, adapt our style to be more effective, and create momentum.

Key Outcomes of Workshop

  • Understand how the human brain reacts to feedback based on biological differences
  • Use impact statements and non-violent communication when addressing sub-optimal behaviors
  • Receive feedback well and change patterns of defensiveness or shutdown
  • Ask for feedback and coaching regularly and reflect an understanding
  • Set limits on too much or unhelpful feedback when it feels misguided
  • Prepare for feedback conversations and create engagement in the process.
  • Integrate empowering feedback practices into one-on-one conversations, meetings, and quarterly growth sessions.
  • Give in-the-moment feedback and recognition of change for growth and sustained change.

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

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Needed

Your Host

Sheila Pride

Instructor

Sheila Pride is the CEO of the Moksha Group. Sheila leads transformation for leaders, teams, and organizations across the globe. She is a master facilitator and change agent, specializing in neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiology, coherent “peak performance” states, and high-performance practices. Mostly, she helps expand human potential while also increasing compassion, empathy, and self-regulation. Sheila is an expert in energy sciences - yoga, chi-gong, somatic and biofeedback therapies.  

Sheila crafts thoughtful and successful interventions to help groups realign, improve communication, and lead from their hearts. She is committed to helping leaders share what they learn with their families and communities. Sheila is at her best when helping high-conflict teams or conflict-avoidant teams successfully communicate and resolve issues.  She is able to help leaders show up more empathetically and improve their capacities around feedback, delivery, and teaming.

Sheila has taught all over the world with Fortune 500 companies and small, family-owned businesses. She is a keynote professor at Washington University, St. Louis University, and University of Missouri, and sought out for her specialized expertise.   She has created international training curricula and conducted training nationally with corporations, advocacy groups, legislature, state coalitions, hospitals, and human rights task forces.  

Sheila draws from the deepest teachings of yoga science, shamanic studies, mindfulness, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Cognitive Restructuring, and Gestalt Therapy to assist leaders and individuals in total and complete transformation.

Cancellations / Modifications:

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If cancellation happens prior to five business days before the booked event, 100% of the deposit is refunded. Partner will return the funds within 48 hours.

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If the cancellation happens post five business day cancellation period leading to a booked event, TeamBuilds will forfeit the booking deposit.

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swag
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How about some team hats, noise makers for those winning moments or koozies for their “beverages”

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Description

Giving and receiving effective feedback is key to an individual or team's growth and success, yet most organizations consistently struggle. Some high-potential leaders never rise to the highest level because their leaders and colleagues lacked the confidence and skill to give needed coaching at the time. Yet, the opposite is also true; leaders once plagued with a reputation of being difficult to work with can rise to be industry leaders and influencers when gifted with honest feedback and communication coaching.

Feedback is undoubtedly tricky to navigate because it inherently pits two basic human needs against each other: (1) the desire to improve and be loved and (2) accepted as we are. Balanced compassionate feedback is crucial; knowing when to use appreciation, coaching and evaluation are critical to healthy relationships in general. We are often afraid to ask for feedback, because it hurts to hear we made a significant mistake or hurt others. It triggers the avoid pain-seek pleasure circuitry in our brains. Yet, if we can see feedback as a gift, we can grow, build relationships, reduce shame, improve trust, adapt our style to be more effective, and create momentum.

Key Outcomes of Workshop

  • Understand how the human brain reacts to feedback based on biological differences
  • Use impact statements and non-violent communication when addressing sub-optimal behaviors
  • Receive feedback well and change patterns of defensiveness or shutdown
  • Ask for feedback and coaching regularly and reflect an understanding
  • Set limits on too much or unhelpful feedback when it feels misguided
  • Prepare for feedback conversations and create engagement in the process.
  • Integrate empowering feedback practices into one-on-one conversations, meetings, and quarterly growth sessions.
  • Give in-the-moment feedback and recognition of change for growth and sustained change.

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

KEYNOTE

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Team Size
Flexible
Duration
Flexible
Location
Virtual

Description

Giving and receiving effective feedback is key to an individual or team's growth and success, yet most organizations consistently struggle. Some high-potential leaders never rise to the highest level because their leaders and colleagues lacked the confidence and skill to give needed coaching at the time. Yet, the opposite is also true; leaders once plagued with a reputation of being difficult to work with can rise to be industry leaders and influencers when gifted with honest feedback and communication coaching.

Feedback is undoubtedly tricky to navigate because it inherently pits two basic human needs against each other: (1) the desire to improve and be loved and (2) accepted as we are. Balanced compassionate feedback is crucial; knowing when to use appreciation, coaching and evaluation are critical to healthy relationships in general. We are often afraid to ask for feedback, because it hurts to hear we made a significant mistake or hurt others. It triggers the avoid pain-seek pleasure circuitry in our brains. Yet, if we can see feedback as a gift, we can grow, build relationships, reduce shame, improve trust, adapt our style to be more effective, and create momentum.

Key Outcomes of Workshop

  • Understand how the human brain reacts to feedback based on biological differences
  • Use impact statements and non-violent communication when addressing sub-optimal behaviors
  • Receive feedback well and change patterns of defensiveness or shutdown
  • Ask for feedback and coaching regularly and reflect an understanding
  • Set limits on too much or unhelpful feedback when it feels misguided
  • Prepare for feedback conversations and create engagement in the process.
  • Integrate empowering feedback practices into one-on-one conversations, meetings, and quarterly growth sessions.
  • Give in-the-moment feedback and recognition of change for growth and sustained change.

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

Included

Needed

Your Host

Sheila Pride

Instructor

Sheila Pride is the CEO of the Moksha Group. Sheila leads transformation for leaders, teams, and organizations across the globe. She is a master facilitator and change agent, specializing in neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiology, coherent “peak performance” states, and high-performance practices. Mostly, she helps expand human potential while also increasing compassion, empathy, and self-regulation. Sheila is an expert in energy sciences - yoga, chi-gong, somatic and biofeedback therapies.  

Sheila crafts thoughtful and successful interventions to help groups realign, improve communication, and lead from their hearts. She is committed to helping leaders share what they learn with their families and communities. Sheila is at her best when helping high-conflict teams or conflict-avoidant teams successfully communicate and resolve issues.  She is able to help leaders show up more empathetically and improve their capacities around feedback, delivery, and teaming.

Sheila has taught all over the world with Fortune 500 companies and small, family-owned businesses. She is a keynote professor at Washington University, St. Louis University, and University of Missouri, and sought out for her specialized expertise.   She has created international training curricula and conducted training nationally with corporations, advocacy groups, legislature, state coalitions, hospitals, and human rights task forces.  

Sheila draws from the deepest teachings of yoga science, shamanic studies, mindfulness, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Cognitive Restructuring, and Gestalt Therapy to assist leaders and individuals in total and complete transformation.

Cancellations/Modifications:

100 refund

If cancellation happens prior to five business days before the booked event, 100% of the payment is refunded.

20 refund

If cancellation happens within five business days of the booked event, no refunds will be issued.

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