Can I Give you Some Feedback?

A practical workshop which can be applied to live situations, equipping participants with a number of frameworks which can be employed. Participants will complete a number of exercises allowing them to try and fail in a safe environment and receive developmental feedback to improve their skills in giving effective feedback. Participants will explore a number of different situations - from live in-the-moment to formal performance management situations.

Can I Give you Some Feedback?

This question often fills people with dread. It is important to encourage and model openness and develop a learning mindset throughout the organisation for feedback to be effective; to create a culture where feedback is a gift and seen as an opportunity to grow. Creating this culture starts with the leaders who need to practice compassionate and radical candour as an example to all both in terms of giving and receiving feedback. Some simple tools will help people become confident in how to support their colleagues through positive feedback.

Course Content

An exploration of theory and best practice and the different types of situations where feedback can be helpfully given and received

Participants will complete a number of practical activities to build confidence on using a range of frameworks for feedback

Participants will explore a number of recommendations and actions for their own personal development


  • Actions & Results
  • Talent Development
  • Communication
  • Feedback


  • Interpersonal intelligence
  • Discernment
  • Accountability


  • To build confidence in giving effective and constructive feedback using a range of feedback models
  • To explore theory and best practice in giving feedback to improve performance and develop the talent in your team

How We Do It

Investing in employee development has proven to not only improve performance, but also to improve retention as employees expect and seek out employers who will provide personal and professional development.

Future Skills workshops are designed to stretch and grow skills AND attributes, recognising that everyone is on their own individual development journey. We use a range of approaches to respond to the various adult development stages that people operate at. The content and activities are rooted in experiential learning which has been proven over 30 years of working with organisations to unlock the self-awareness needed.

Our approach incorporates multiple dimensions which results in longer lasting impact - continuous growth far beyond any programme we deliver.


Increasing self-awareness to self-lead and build better collaborative working relationships by unlocking authentic and best self.


Developing critical skills improves performance: communication, problem-solving, strategic and critical thinking, decision-making and leading high performing teams.


Developing systems awareness and strategic thinking to be able to drive growth in line with the organisation's purpose and future vision.


Developing an awareness of external factors which impact on organisational performance and how to build teams and cultures to thrive in complexity.

A multi-dimensional approach to continuous growth

Future Skills Portfolio

Getting future fit means building the mindset to be agile, to be able to operate in complexity, to have the resilience and mental fitness to be able to self-lead and be open to explore, empathise, innovate, navigate and to act. Drawing on industry leading thinking and word-class tools we use in the development of leaders and teams, we categorise future skills into 3 key areas. View our Future Skills modules below:

To understand more about the skill gaps in your organisation we will design and implement a bespoke Development Needs Assessment, ensuring your L & D investment is targeted to ensure your employees are future fit and equipped with the desired skills and attributes for sustainable and continuous growth, contributing to future growth. Find out more about how you can get future fit as an organisation.


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