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Giving & Receiving Feedback w Bob Hewes (CS #81)

"I have some feedback for you" - six dreaded words.

As leaders and managers, we need to be good at both giving AND receiving feedback.  It is critical to be able to provide guidance and input for success and hitting objectives and results.

In this talk, we'll cover:

  • Practices of giving and receiving feedback
  • What to make sure you do and don't do to become better at both giving and receiving feedback
  • A very important question you need to ask when giving feedback and something to do when receiving it
  • Making feedback a much more regular occurrence

Bob Hewes serves as an executive coach, as well as, Camden Consulting’s Leadership Development Practice Lead. He has designed and delivered executive coaching and leadership development services across multiple industries, impacting hundreds of clients, including Camden’s Organizational Leaders Program (OLP). His areas of expertise include strategic thinking, decision making, communication, innovation and change leadership, collaboration, and development. His specialty is working with experts making the shift to becoming broader business leaders. Mr. Hewes brings 25 years in management consulting, including his time as the Managing Director and Partner of Strategic Decisions Group where he led the Power and Gas Industry practice and was a member of the executive committee. He has a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from University of New Hampshire and a MS in Engineering Sciences, and a PhD in Engineering Sciences from Harvard University.

Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Venue: MIT Sloan Campus, Building TBA

Registration: Alumni may bring one guest for free.  Given the limited spots available and that we are ordering food and beverages, please email Tina Kruczynski at (tina@mitsloanboston.com), if you need to canel your registration. This will allow us to take a fellow alumni off the waitlist. 

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