An On-Site Seminar for People Managers and Leaders
I've never seen 35 people stay in one room for three hours and remain so engaged! Jonathan's deep experience and natural ability to quickly build rapport kept our managers involved for the entire seminar. Refound's approach helped us re-center ourselves on seeking to understand the purpose of feedback before sharing it, and we had the chance to practice with each other in a light-hearted format.
Our managers came away not only with new skills, but we are now exploring ways to support each other as peers beyond the workshop! We are proud of our high expectations ... Jonathan and team should be proud of their "5 out of 5" feedback from the team!
The High-Value Feedback Seminar is a lively, fun and highly tactical event that will dramatically upgrade the conversations your people managers and leaders are having throughout the day.
Your team will learn:
The five self-limiting behaviors where early feedback can have the highest impact.
How to start and manage an accountability conversation that doesn't feel punitive.
How to apply the five levels in the Accountability Dial to maximize personal ownership
More Info About The Seminar
Your team will learn the essential ingredients in how to give high-value feedback in real-time, and how to hold people accountable in a way that doesn't make people feel defensive.
Through guided practice, group discussion, and front-of-room teaching, your team will learn how to apply the five levels of Accountability featured in Good Authority, and how to structure real-time feedback and one-on-one meetings that create positive forward movement.
After fifteen years of not being able to decide whether he was a seasoned executive or a personal growth teacher, Jonathan stopped trying to figure it out. He’s the author of Good Authority — How To Become The Leader Your Team Is Waiting For (Ideapress 2016) and the owner of Refound. He’s madly in love with his wife, tried not to spoil his daughters, and will never give up on the New York Knicks.
Jonathan is the former CEO and Chief Brand Officer of EMyth, where he led a complicated and messy corporate transformation project and has worked in tech, clean tech, and the nonprofit world after graduating law school in 1998. He lives in Ashland, Oregon, a lovely town that’s too far away from a warm ocean.
Jonathan’s gift is being able to work with leaders at different levels within an organization — from the C-Suite to the front line team — to help them discover a common language around professionalism, accountability and how to bring your best self to work.