Ulster University

York Street, Belfast, BT15 1ED

Belfast, Northern Ireland, GB, BT15 1ED

Learn how provide effective feedback to encourage performance, commitment and engagement at this interactive event.

Feedback is an essential part of successful performance management; however, it is often an underdeveloped part of a manager’s skillset. This interactive event is designed for anyone who manages people in the workplace and is interested in finding out more about providing effective feedback and the impact this can have on performance and commitment.

At this in person event, hosted at the Ulster University in collaboration with the PrOPEL Hub and the CIPD, we will discuss common pitfalls in the feedback process, some of the evidence around how it works in practice and the associated business benefits of getting it right. We will share insights from employers who have tested ‘strengths-based’ approaches to feedback. You will have the opportunity to share your own practices and learn what works for others alongside trying out some practical activities and approaches.

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A networking lunch will be served from 12.30pm.

Our speakers:

Professor Martin McCracken is Research Director at Ulster University. He has been actively researching issues connected to Human Resource Development / Management, Employability and Organisational Change. Martin has played a key role in carrying out UK research projects commissioned by (amongst others): Advance HE; Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development; Sector Skills Development Agency and Leonardo Da Vinci Research Programme (EU).

Dr Nicola Murray is a Knowledge Exchange Associate on the PrOPEL Hub, she is based in the Scottish Centre for Employment Research at the University of Strathclyde. Nicola has conducted research on employee wellbeing and also has experience as a consultant specialising in organisational culture.