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Giving and getting feedback

Virtual Training Workshop:

Wednesday 22 May – 11am to 12.30 CET time

Feedback is a widely discussed organisational practice, recognized by everyone as crucial for the improvement of both our work and personal development.
Still, many of us struggle with giving effective feedback, often prioritising our own satisfaction over its impact. Furthermore, can we honestly claim to be good receivers of feedback, who are able to take maximum value from it?

Join Yesod Europe for a free virtual training workshop “Giving and getting feedback” with Gabi Neiman on Wednesday 22 May 11:00-12:30 CET. This workshop is aimed at Jewish community professionals in Europe.

Through this workshop, you will:

          * Gain valuable insights into the significance of feedback and understand its main challenges.

         * Receive clear and practical guidance on maximising the benefits of feedback, whether giving or receiving it.

         * Get familiar with some strategies to effectively navigate difficult feedback conversations.

This workshop is interactive and will create a space for the safe practice of what we learn.

Gabi Neiman

Gabi Neiman is a senior organizational consultant and group facilitator, with vast experience in the private, public and civil society sectors.

His areas of expertise are leadership and management, strategic planning, team development and change management. Although he mostly works in Israel, he has run consultation and capacity building projects in Germany, Holland, Swiss, Hungary, Bulgaria, Estonia and FSU.

Alongside his private practice, Gabi is teaching in M.A. programs in the University of Tel Aviv, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Interdisciplinary Center Hertzlia in areas of leadership, management skills, group dynamics and  organizational development.

He was born in Argentina, and lives in Hod Hasharon, Israel, married to Roxana. He has three kids and two grandchildren.

To register for this workshop please click here.

Participants are requested to join from a computer rather than a mobile device and to turn on camera mode to fully participate in the workshop, including breakout room discussions. We also advise you to update to the latest version of Zoom in advance.

Priority will be given to Jewish community professionals living and working in Europe.

We will confirm your place within 3 working days.

Please be in touch with us at with any questions.