RECORDED WEBINAR - Thursday, May 3oth 11-12pm PT / 2-3pm ET 

Impactful Feedback: Tools for Growth

Embrace the power of feedback to fuel personal and professional growth. Join our hour-long session for practical tips on delivering effective, constructive criticism, and learning to manage the emotions that come up during challenging conversations. Build a toolkit for fostering growth, collaboration, and positive change.
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Key Takeaways

  • Practical tips for delivering effective, constructive criticism.
  • Examine methods for managing emotions during difficult conversations.
  • Model an action plan for giving actionable feedback and difficult conversations.

About this webinar

  • Thursday, May 30th, 2024
  • 11am PT / 2pm ET 
  • 60 min
  • Free for AIR members / 
    $25 non-members
  • This webinar is recorded and made available for AIR members and ticket holders after the recording. 
Many of us avoid giving feedback. Yet, we need it to get better at our craft. Most people want the kind of clear actionable feedback that will help them grow. Join us for an hour-long session with practical tips for delivering effective, constructive criticism and gain invaluable insights into managing emotions during challenging conversations. We’ll help you build a toolkit that drives growth, collaboration, and positive change. 

Who is this webinar for? 

Anyone working with others can benefit from improving their approach to giving feedback and having challenging conversations. This session will be particularly useful for anyone who is leading teams.
Meet the PRESENTER

Michelle Faust Raghavan

Michelle Faust Raghavan is the founder of Claridad Media, a newsroom consulting firm, and is currently researching best practices to improve retention of journalists of color in public media. Michelle is an award-winning journalist, editor, newsroom consultant and a regular managing editor with the Next Generation Radio project. As a policy reporter and radio host in public media member stations around the U.S., they advanced solutions, service and participatory journalism practices. Michelle later developed and implemented diversity, equity and inclusion strategy as the Solutions Journalism Network’s equity initiative manager. Michelle was recently a John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford.
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