The Gift of Employee Feedback
About the event
Feedback helps others to know where they are doing well, and where there is opportunity for additional support and/or changes. Feedback can be helpful if it is given with an intentional approach. This workshop will help attendees explore how to coach to inspire the best performance from employees.
Friday, March 10, 2023 | 9:00 - 11:00 am
It’s important to support employee performance by offering honest feedback as a valuable gift to be received. Feedback helps others to know where they are doing well, and where there is opportunity for additional support and/or changes. Feedback can be helpful if it is given with an intentional approach. Practicing and tailoring approaches, which include motivational strategies can help you deliver feedback confidently and comfortably. This workshop will help attendees explore how to coach to inspire the best performance from employees.
Sliding scale fee for 2023 learning labs
Organizational Budget - Registration Fee
- Organizational Budget Up to 100k - Registration Fee No charge
- Organizational Budget 101-250k - Registration Fee $15
- Organizational Budget 251-500k - Registration Fee $25
- Organizational Budget 501-1M - Registration Fee $35
- Organizational Budget 1-3M - Registration Fee $45
- Organizational Budget 3M+ - Registration Fee $60
*Please note: If you are paying personally (not through your organization’s budget funds), please select the payment level that is most accessible for you, including the no-charge option if helpful. We want it to be easy for you to join us! We also have limited scholarships for current grantees of the Santa Fe Community Foundation, Anchorum, and Nusenda.
About Linda Strauss
Linda Strauss is a Human Resources professional with 25+ years of experience, including every aspect of organizational HR. As a consultant, Linda provides employers with training and strategies to manage issues with comfort, confidence, and compliance. Linda holds two senior HR certifications, is a Certified Mediator of Workplace Conflict, a certified trainer of TRP® emotional intelligence, and is an instructor for UNM’s Anderson School of Management. Some of Strauss HR’s non-profit clients include Albuquerque Community Foundation, Taos Community Foundation, NM Humanities Council, Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region, and Esperanza Shelter. As a non-profit leader, Linda was President of Santa Fe’s Society for HR Management (SHRM) chapter and has also served on the board of SHRM NM’s State Council since 2012.