How to Share Positive and Negative Feedback: Beginners Guide

Markus Amanto, Author. Speaker. Trainer.

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8 Videos (30m)
    • Introduction

    • The Science and Art of Feedback

    • Three Questions to Ask Yourself Before Giving Feedback

    • Seven tips for giving feedback

    • How Much "Positive" and "Negative" Feedback to Give

    • Understand the All Important Relationship Account

    • I-Statements for Effective Feedback

    • Receiving feedback


About This Class

Have you ever wished to tell someone about something they did that you did not appreciate, but you were not quite sure how to say it? Perhaps you did say something, but the other person’s reaction was not what you had hoped for?

It has said that feedback is the most intense form of human communication and sometimes the most challenging. However, there is hope!

In this course you will learn to:

  • share both so called "positive", reinforcing feedback and so called "negative", constructive feedback in a way that works
  • communicate more clearly and effectively
  • receive feedback from others to build trust and openness

I will give you my very best tips based on more than 20 years of working with teams all over the world.

Enroll now and let’s get started!






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Markus Amanto

Author. Speaker. Trainer.

Markus Amanto is a Scandinavian who has worked with improving thousands of leaders, teams and organizations in Asia, Europe and North America for over 20 years.

He is a highly appreciated author, speaker and trainer. His books include "The Leadership School - Who's Really in the Driver's Seat" and "The Basics of Group Dynamics" (currently available in Swedish only).

He has held multiple positions as a manager. When he worked as a sales representative he built a sales team of over 400 people spanning the Nordic countries.

He started his own consulting business in 1998 and has worked as a certified trainer for UGL-trainings for several years. He is also a certified user of SDI® (Strength Deployment Inventory) Standard and Premier Edition. He is also trained in emotional debriefing, psychosynthesis and has also participated in Anthony Robbins Mastery University.

Clients have included The University of Stockholm, Kongsberg Automotive, Pitney Bowes, Tetra Pak, AstraZeneca, KPMG, ALMI and International Council of Swedish Industry (NIR).

Markus is fluent in Swedish, English, Finnish and Spanish. He is also able to communicate well in Danish and Norwegian.

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