Feedback. Barely a moment goes by in which we are not providing it, receiving it or replaying it.
We are largely a product of how we have reacted to feedback since we were old enough to be socially aware. How we look, dress, speak, work, drive – even the things we dare not try again – have all been informed by feedback from family members, teachers, friends and colleagues.
Let us give feedback from the heart and ensure it is actionable, specific and timely. The way in which we communicate in our workplaces, communities and homes – amongst rapidly evolving situations – will be a key factor in improving quality of relationships, productivity, happiness and success.
Simon Day is an award-winning speaker, coach and training consultant.
He is the 2019 District 71 (UK and Ireland) Evaluation Champion and
holds Distinction in Grade 8 Public Speaking from the London Academy of
Music and Dramatic Art.
Biography: Jean Stewart is an experienced business advisor with over 28 years working with businesses in the South Yorkshire Region. She has earned a reputation for being an honest, straightforward and to-the-point business consultant and mentor. She develops and writes her own training material, and uses her ability to observe the quirky nature of human behaviour. As a result most of her presentations have an element of humour in them. Also she has carried out comedy material in clubs across Yorkshire. This she feels has improved her confidence in the delivery of humour. Also she has been a member of Toastmaster International for over seven years, and the combination of experience and presentation skills training has enabled her to feel confident in the use of humour.
26th July 2019
How do I… add humour to your presentation – even if I’m not a comedian
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12th June 2019
How to add humour to your speech/presentation – even if you are not a comedian
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28th December 2018
Do and How to give feedback when something has gone badly wrong
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