Let Me Be Brutally Honest With You
"Let me be brutally honest with you." Honest, yes. But Brutal?? Really? Couldn't we achieve better results by being "authentically" honest instead of brutal? This session will introduce strategies to help participants provide authentic, effective feedback that is constructive rather than destructive.
· recognize four behaviors that have a huge impact on the quality of conversations
· discuss the outcome of caring for others while still speaking candidly
· implement the communication tips immediately for more effective conversation
Kathlynn is passionate about human capital. Focusing on the “human side of business”, Kathlynn works with her MCCU team members, and partners with businesses and organizations of all sizes, giving them tools to get their staff inspired and engaged so they can provide fabulous customer/member service, communicate well and play nicely with each other in the sandbox (which we call the workplace).
Kathlynn has partnered with clients such as the Mayo Medical Clinic, Toro, Land O’Lakes, Public Works Association, Bank Trainer’s Conference, the Association for Talent Development, Society for Human Resource Management, hospitals, universities, financials, non-profit organizations…well, you get the idea.
In addition, Kathlynn also is an active member and past board member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), president of the Empowered Women’s Network, and serves in a variety of capacities in many other community, church and professional organizations.