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Effective Feedback

Programme aim

How is it that giving or receiving feedback on the job is so treacherous for so many people, regardless of where they work or what they do? For something so critical to performance and to getting strong results, giving or receiving input is so often poorly understood and poorly handled. It doesn’t have to be that way.

This programme is designed to provide staff with the skills and confidence to both give and receive feedback effectively to and from others in the organisation. This is an interactive half-day programme during which participants will be expected to give and receive feedback from each other.

Learning objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • define effective feedback
  • discuss the barriers to providing feedback
  • know the benefits of giving and receiving feedback
  • describe the characteristics of effective feedback
  • practice skills required in giving effective feedback


This programme is a half-day virtual workshop.

Targeted participants

Staff who wish to develop skills for giving and receiving feedback.

Programme requirements

This virtual programme is an interactive and participative programme. Participants will be engaging with each other and with the facilitator in discussion and in group work. You will need to be able to see and hear each other throughout the programme.

To facilitate the best learning experience for all participants, you should only sign up for a programme if you have a laptop or PC with a camera, audio and a reliable internet connection. Using a tablet or mobile phone is not recommended. These do not allow you to access all the functionality needed to participate in the programme.

CORU Continuous Professional Development

Upon completion of this programme, health and social care professionals registered with CORU can identify this programme as a suitable continuous professional development (CPD) activity for their role. CPD credits may then be allocated based on the new or enhanced learning associated with the activity.

View dates and book a place

How to book Leadership, Learning and Talent Management (LLTM) programmes on HSeLanD


Mary McHugh
Phone: 091 775 581

Contact Leadership, Learning and Talent Management (LLTM)

Phone: 01 8817 038 or 01 881 7085

For HSeLanD technical or user assistance contact the support desk:

Phone:048 9064 0445